2010 Native Hawaiian Education Act Puwalu
The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is excited to announce the addition of five more Native Hawaiian Education Act Puwalu in the month of July! Please see below for more information on our Native Hawaiian Education Act Puwalu.
Can’t make it to any of these sessions? Fill out our online survey to submit your recommendations and thoughts on the Native Hawaiian Education Act! To fill out the survey, go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/puwalu
The Native Hawaiian Education Act was enacted in 1988 to address the alarming disparities Native Hawaiians faced in education and the critical condition of language preservation. This measure, which was reauthorized in 1994 and again in 2001, is once more up for reauthorization this year. If Congress fails to reauthorize the Native Hawaiian Education Act, the vital programs that foster innovation in education projects may be at risk. This is a critically important program for Native Hawaiians and for the entire state of Hawaii!
What: A series of puwalu, or community listening sessions, designed to provide important grant information on the federal Native Hawaiian Education Program to gather input and recommendations from the community to support the reauthorization of the Native Hawaiian Education Act. This is also an opportunity to improve how the program is delivered and identify current priorities to address with the Act.
Who should attend: Native Hawaiian community members, parents, education leaders, homestead and civic club members, Native Hawaiian Education Council Island Council members, small business owners, and all those interested or working in the Native Hawaiian community.
When & Where: Throughout the months of June and July, statewide. See schedule below for details.
|Native Hawaiian Education Act Puwalu Schedule
All sessions are from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
|Monday, June 21st – Haleiwa Elementary School Cafe (Oahu)||Tuesday, July 13th – Hilo High School Cafe (Hawaii)|
|Tuesday, June 22nd – Stevenson Middle School Cafe (Oahu)||Wednesday, July 14th – King Intermediate Cafe (Oahu)|
|Friday, June 25th – Kealakehe High School Cafe (Hawaii)||Wednesday, July 21st – Kapolei Middle School Cafe (Oahu)|
|Monday, June 28th – Maui Waena Intermediate School Cafe (Maui)||Thursday, July 22nd – Ka’u High & Pahala Elementary Cafe (Hawaii)|
|Wednesday, July 7th – Wilcox Elementary School Cafe (Kauai)||Tuesday, July 27th – Lahaina Civic Center – LCC Social Hall (Maui)|
|Thursday, July 8th – Kapaa Elementary School Cafe (Kauai)||Wednesday, July 28th – Kaunakakai Elementary Cafe (Molokai)|
|Monday, July 12th – Kuhio Hale, Waimea (Hawaii)||Friday, July 30th – Lanai High & Elementary School Cafe (Lanai)|
Inquiries or to RSVP: Please contact the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement at email@example.com or 808.596.8155.
The sessions are free, and all mana`o is welcomed. Attendees will receive grant information on the Native Hawaiian Education Program. Mahalo to the Native Hawaiian Education Council for sponsoring these sessions and helping community voices to be heard to serve the needs of our keiki, kupuna and families