Another Look at Hawai‘i State Standards

CRDG, in a partnership with the Hawai‘i Department of Education (HDOE), began reexamining the Hawai‘i State Content and Performance Standards III (HCPS III) in the core areas of English/language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. The primary goal of the project was to identify essential core content and to clarify the language of, and reduce [...]

ULS Part of a Network of Sustainability and Peace

Dame Julia Morton-Marr, part of the group PeaceWomen Across the Globe that was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005, visited the ULS on October 18, 2010 to rededicate the school’s Peace Garden and help inaugurate a new Peace Path. As one of 1000 PeaceWomen, Julia Morton-Marr teaches children how to be citizens of the [...]

Social Studies Faculty Active In and Out of the Laboratory

While the Laboratory School is a true laboratory for CRDG researchers, for students, it is both laboratory and school. ULS students are well aware of their role in the research process and participate actively in research functions. But this is also where they go to school: it is the place they meet friends, form clubs, [...]

Awards & Recognitions

Suzanne Acord received a “Pearl Harbor: History, Memory and Memorial” scholarship from the National Endowment for the Humanities of Honolulu, Hawai‘i in August of 2006. Val Krohn-Ching was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award by the Alliance for Young Writers & Artists. The recognition is given for dedication, commitment, and guidance as three of her students’ [...]

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