Interview with Woodie Milks; Students and iPads (Source: ThinkTech Hawaii, May, 2015)

On May 23, 2015, in Hawaii Department of Education, K-12, Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

From Think Tech Hawaii comes an interview from host Jim Shon, exploring new tech in our schools with Woodie Milks. Find the Youtube channel here.

Interview with Deborah Crown: Project Based Learning (Source: ThinkTech Hawaii, April 2015

On May 23, 2015, in K-12, School Reform, Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

  Guest Host Dr. Deborah Crown speaks with Dr. Thomas Kohler (Assistant Professor of Marketing, Hawaii Pacific University) and students Ken Rossi and Adria Bomas about the benefits of project based learning. Find the Youtube interview here.

Interview with Boyce Brown: Education in America (Source: ThinkTech Hawaii, March, 2015)

On May 23, 2015, in Hawaii State Legislature, School Reform, Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

  Meet Local boy, world traveler ,author, activist and educator Boyce Brown. Currently involved as a aid in the Hawaii Legislature, Mr. Brown joins us to discuss his newest book, “A Policy History of Standards-Based Education in America”/ Peter Lang Publishers. Find the Youtube interview here.

Interview With Carl Ackerman: Student Centered Partnerships (Source: ThinkTech Hawaii, March 2015

On May 23, 2015, in School Reform, Think Tech, by Shannon Hillman

On today’s Think Tech education program, live streaming from noon, host Jim Shon speaks our guest will be Dr. Carl Ackerman, who directs Punahou’s summer program: PUEO (Partnerships in Unlimited Education Opportunities) for disadvantaged public school students.  Carl has taught history for over 30 years in Hawaii, started a nonprofit for service learning, and now […]

The growing practice of recruiting out-of-state students (Source: Inside Higher Ed, May 2015)

On May 21, 2015, in Higher Education, by Shannon Hillman

Public universities are using non-need-based aid to recruit out-of-state students at the expense of low-income and in-state students, according to a new report. The report also describes the factors that have led to what has become a widespread practice.

New resource for calculating college readiness from the IES (Source: IES, May 2015)

On May 20, 2015, in Higher Education, by Shannon Hillman

From the Institute of Education Sciences comes The College Readiness Data Tool, designed to help educators and the like assess existing data for indicators for college readiness. Find the Users Guide on The Insitute of Education Sciences website.

Assessing the high school dropout issue (Source: The Atlantic and Grad Nation, May 2015

On May 19, 2015, in K-12, by Shannon Hillman

Using data from Grad nation, which gives the latest figures on states’ demographics on high school dropouts, the Atlantic report investigates how race and disadvantaged population issues contribute to the rates. Find the Atlantic report here, and the original data from Grad Nation here.

State funding cuts threaten student access (Source: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, May 2015)

On May 19, 2015, in College Tuition and Debt, Financing, Higher Education, by Shannon Hillman

From the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities comes a new report that examines the recent trend of states cutting funding to higher education. Looking to the relationship to recession trends and the response by universities to drive up tuition, the reports concludes on the impact of such funding cuts on students and families.  Find […]

New HEPC Policy Brief explores the Civic Education landscape in Hawaii and nationally.

As HEPC’s latest study, the landscape of civic education is explored in both national and local context. Looking to how it is defined, what is should aim for, and the efforts of the HI DOE in comparison with other states. Find our full report; The Good Citizen, HEPC May 2015

The uncertain fate of Louisiana’s Higher Education (Source: The Atlantic, May, 2015)

On May 7, 2015, in Financing, Higher Education, by Shannon Hillman

From the Atlantic comes a report of Louisiana’s Higher Education financing and the questionable future of many of its public institutions. Find the full article here.

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