Berg, K. F. Department of Defense Education Activity. School Safety and Violence Prevention Project. With George Washington University. $1,225,000. 2002–2003.

Brandon, P. R. Evaluation of the Hawai‘i Department of Education Windward Community Learning Center. $33,000. 2002–2003.

Brandon, P. R. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Evaluation of the Waianae Community Learning Center. $29,535. 2003.

Brandon, P. R. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Evaluation of the Leilehua Community Learning Center. $24,000. 2003.

Brandon, P. R. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Evaluation of the School Assessment Liaison Program. $29,063. 2003–2006.

Brandon, P. R. Hawai‘i Alliance for Arts Education. Arts First Project. $315,516. 2003–2006.

Brandon, P. R., & Young, D.B. National Science Foundation. Phase I Study of the Effects of Professional Development and Long-term Support on Program Implementation and Scaling Up. $976,497. 2003–2005.

Dougherty, B., & Pottenger, F. U.S. Department of Education. Professional Development Program: An Inquiry-Based Approach to Mathematics and Science. $125,612. 2002–2003.

Dougherty, B. U.S. Department of Education. Pacific Mathematics and Science Regional Consortium. $159,557. 2002–2003.

Dougherty, B. U.S. Department of Education. Inquirybased Approach to Mathematics. $67,831. 2002–2003.

Dougherty, B. U.S. Department of Education. Measure Up: Leaving No Teacher Behind. $59,876. 2003–2004.

Lai, M. K. U.S. Department of Education. Pihana Na Mamo: The Native Hawaiian Special Education Project. $12,589,200. 2000–2005.

Lai. M. K., & Lam, S. Pacific Resources for Education and Learning. Evaluation of PREL’s Native Hawaiian Safe and Drug Free Schools Project. $18,800. 2002–2003.

Menton, L. U. S. Department of Education, International Research and Studies Program. Curriculum Materials on Japan Publication Grant. $136,000. 2001–2003.

Menton, L. Japan-United States Friendship Commission. $57,500. 2002–2003.

Pottenger, F. M. U. S. Department of Agriculture. Improving Bone Health in Adolescence through Targeted Behavioral Intervention. $245,830. 2000–2003.

Pottenger, F. M. U. S. Department of State. Civic Education for the Information Age. $99,994. 2001–2003.

Saka, S. Hawai‘i Department of Education. High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey. $24,500. 2002–2003.

Saka, S. Hawai‘i Department of Health. Hawai‘i Health Survey Pamphlet. $5,000. 2002–2003.

Saka, S. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Hawai‘i School Health Surveys. $130,000. 2003–2004.

Saka, S. Hawai‘i Department of Health. Hawai‘i Nutrition Education and Training. $47,180. 2003–2004.

Southworth. J. U. S. Department of Agriculture. With UH College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. $159,648. 2001–2003.

Speitel, T. W. U. S. Department of Defense. School Assisted Interactive Learning. $2,900,000. 2002–2003.

Young, D. B. Hawaii Association of Independent Schools. Studying the Teacher Shortage Situation in Hawai‘i. $27,250. 2003–2004.

Young, D. B. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Education Laboratory School: A Hawai‘i New Century Public Charter School. $1,373,605. 2002–2003.

Young, D. B. Hawai‘i Department of Education. Education Laboratory School: A Hawai‘i New Century Public Charter School. $2,067,123. 2003–2004.

Young, D. B. National Science Foundation. With Stanford University. Embedding Assessments in the FAST Curriculum. $308,672. 2001–2003.

Young, D. B. University of Hawai‘i. Physics and Mathematics Instruction in Hawai‘i. $99,250. 2002–2003.

Young, D. B. National Science Foundation. Using Hawai‘i’s Unique Biota for Biology Education. With UH Center for Conservation Research and Training.  $1,422,768. 1999–2003.

Young, D. B. National Science Foundation. Using Hawai‘i’s Unique Biota for Biology Education in GK-12. With UH Center for Conservation Research and Training. $1,482,270. 2003–2006.

Awards and Recognitions

Artists Matt Miller and Doug Doi both had work selected for the Windward Artists Guild 43rd Open Juried Exhibition.

Artist Waldtraut (Val) Krohn-Ching was recognized as Outstanding Educator by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

Mathematics educator Barbara Dougherty was appointed to chair the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Committee.

Social studies educators Linda Menton and Noren Lush received the 2003 Franklin Buchanan Prize for The Rise of Modern Japan from the Association for Asian Studies.

Social studies teacher Suzanne Acord was recognized as an outstanding Global Educator by the Hawai‘i State Senate and House of Representatives.

Education specialist Susan Saka received the Volunteer Excellence Award at the 2002 Western Regional 4-H Leaders Forum.

Distance learning educator John Southworth was the Streete Visiting Scholar in Distance Learning at the University of North Texas.

Island Fire, a joint publication with UH Press, reached number 8 on the local Hawai‘i best seller list.

ELS students ranked first on the Hawai‘i Content and Performance Standards statewide achievement tests in reading and mathematics in grades 8 and 10.



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