At the July 17th Board of Regents meeting, HEPC Director Jim Shon and Researcher Shannon Hillman presented testimony to its members. Testimony included some recently gathered data on the issue of student debt and the rising tuition costs. HEPC TESTIMONY- BOR – JULY 17th Dr. Shon HEPC TESTIMONY- BOR – JULY 17th
Between June 2009, when the recession ended, and November 2012, the lowest point for local education employment, districts cut nearly 350,000 workers. They’ve hired fewer than 40,000 of them back since then. See review from website FiveThirtyEight Economics of how the US has reduced funding for education.
Over the last few months, HEPC has been exploring the issue of student debt in a national context, and then more specifically here in our own backyard of Manoa. Check out our first look at the issue, ranging from exploring the living costs here in Hawai’i, to what UH system charges it’s students and how […]
On Saturday, Feb 1st, HEPC’s Director Jim Shon, Law Professor Liam Skilling, and researcher Shannon Hillman presented their conclusions on future areas for research on the Immigrants and English Language Learners conference. Check it out; HERA Handout
From the Center for Education Reform comes the Survey Of America’s Charter Schools, 2014. The national survey on charter schools shows the average school receives 36% less funding and no facilities. Find the full report, including data and analysis here.
Thanks to all who attended our Conference held on Saturday, the 18th at the Law School at UHM. WE will be posting resources used by our presenters and the Center shortly on our Current Projects page.
The State Public Charter School Commission has recently released their annual report on the state of Charter schools and the implementation of new 2012 legislation as well as other current issues. Find the report here.
HEPC has just launched it’s first NEWS BULLETIN. Intended to only be created when things are happening in the Educational Policy world (rather than just for the sake of it), the newsletter can be found here.
Wondering about collective bargaining agreements? The Office of Human Resources at the University of Hawai‘i offers information regarding existing collective bargaining agreements. Access to the agreements is available here.