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Kuʻi Ka Lono 15th Annual Indigenous Education Conference

Native designed and controlled public charter schools and Friends, will share their educational practices and accomplishments among themselves and with other Indigenous educators, parents and interested stakeholders. By sharing strategies for success, such as “EA-Education with Aloha,” this conference supports all native communities to create quality culturally-driven schools and programs that empower native students to walk successfully in all worlds.

This year’s conference is being planned in collaboration with the Native Hawaiian Education Council (Youth Legislation), Ke Ea Hawai’i-HFPCS Statewide Student Council leaders and the Innovative Schools Network. The three-days will encompass presentations and workshops focused on: Best Practices, Early Education, Culture Curriculum, Teacher Education, College & Career Preparation, Indigenous Assessment, Native Language, Legislation, Advocacy, Youth Leadership and student performances. The third day, will be set aside for individual school visits!
EA-Education with Aloha! EA-It’s time to rise up!

SUPPORTERS:
OHA – Office of Hawaiian Affairs
NHEC – Native Hawaiian Education Council (Youth Legislation)
Nā Lei Naʻauao – Alliance for Native Hawaiian Education
KALO – Kanu o ka ‘Āina Learning ‘Ohana
KANU – Kanu o ka ‘Āina Public Charter School
ISN – Innovative Schools Network
Call for Presenters and Registration: www.innovativeschoolsnetwork.com
Deadline: February 3, 2017
Contact Ka’iulani Pahi’ō #(808) 887-1117 or NLN@kalo.org
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Kanu o Ka ʻĀina Public Charter School seniors graduate with community college certificates

Kanu o Ka ʻĀina Public Charter School seniors Kaʻihikapu Maikuʻi, Hokulani Henshaw and Kamalei Matsumura graduated from high school with community college academic certificates that will transfer to Hawai‘i Community College to earn each student an associate's degree. Head of school Mahina Paishon-Duarte (right) is pleased with the early success of the program supported by KS and other community collaborators.
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