Saturday, June 7, 2014

Nāwahī: Creating Best New Practices

The Hawaii Public Charter Schools Network recently recognized Ke Kula o Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu (Nāwahī) as one of the "schools and leaders who are charting paths in new and innovative ways and, in doing so, showing measured successes in public charter schools across the state." (source)

My favorite part of the video is when Pila Wilson thanks the HPCSN for their great honor...but points out that even if the school didn't receive that recognition, they would still do their thing. And that Japanese lesson on the smartboard. UGH! Yummy. Just seeing that makes me want to pick up and move to Hilo.

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