HEʻE Planning Meeting
September 12, 2017
The Learning Coalition
9:05-9:35 HEʻE would like to welcome David Miyashiro, Executive Director of HawaiiKidsCAN, a locally-led advocacy non-profit organization committed to ensuring every student in our community has access to an excellent education. David will be introducing HawaiiKidsCan at the Planning Meeting.
9:45-10:30 HEʻE is pleased to have Education Incubator in partnership with Hawaii Green Growth facilitate a 30-45 minute focus group for the development of Aloha + Statewide Goals for green workforce and education. Questions will focus on the intersections between green workforce, education, and overall community resiliency and sustainability.
The Aloha+ Challenge is a statewide sustainability commitment led by Hawaii’s Governor, the four County Mayors, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the State Legislature, and public private partners across the state. Building on Hawaii’s ancestral knowledge and systems thinking, the Aloha+ Challenge identifies six integrated sustainability goals to be achieved by 2030, in the areas of clean energy, local food, natural resource management, waste reduction, smart sustainable communities, and green workforce and education. These clear achievable goals provide a framework to set priorities, catalyze action, and track progress.
The Learning Coalition and the University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Education presentation of graduate student research projects.
September 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. at UHM COE Wist Hall 134
* Waipahu Professional Development School Complex Study (presented by Nicole Schlaack)
* Office of Community Engagement on School Community Councils (presented by Umi Jensen)
* Anuenue School as a Bright Spot (Presented by Jerelyn Watanabe).
* HI DOE Office of Data Governance on Big Data Findings (presented by Ting Ting Reid)
* Expansion of the Activating Educators’ Focus on Family Engagement as Central to Teaching (AFFECT) curriculum for special populations. (presented by UHM COE Professor Kathy Ratliff)
Visitor parking is limited, so we advise that you arrive early. Attached is a map of visitor parking areas.
Please RSVP to Lisa Talaro at firstname.lastname@example.org.