HAWAI‘I P-20 PARTNERSHIPS FOR EDUCATION, a statewide partnership led by the Executive Office on Early Learning, the Hawai‘i State Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i System works to strengthen the education pipeline from early childhood through higher education so that all students achieve college and career success. Hawai‘i P-20’s partners share a sense of urgency about the need to improve Hawai‘i’s educational outcomes in an increasingly global economy, and have established a goal of 55% of Hawai‘i’s working age adults having a 2- or 4-year college degree by 2025.

LATEST NEWS

- Isle Leaders Launch Campaign to Boost College Graduations, Star Advertiser, January 29, 2014

- Hawai‘i P-20 Launches Phase II of its 55 by'25 campaign

- Communities from Hawai‘i to Maine to Florida Join Nationwide Effort to Boost Early Learning, January 2014

- More Hawai‘i High School Students Getting Help Applying to College

- Harold K.L. Castle Foundation Awards $681k to Hawai‘i Non-Profits

- GEAR UP Closing Achievement Gap Among Isle Students.

- Hawai‘i Celebrates College Access Program That Serves Over 17,000 Students Each Year

- Governor Signs School Readiness Bill and Appoints Dr. GG Weisenfeld as the new Director of the Executive Office on Early Learning

- Students' Creativity Recognized in Commercial Script Writing Challenge

- Executive Office on Early Learning and Hawai'i P-20 Award Ten Projects for Implementation of the Hawai'i Early Learning Development Standards

- “54% of Class of 2012 in College”, Star Advertiser, May 9, 2013

- Just released! Class of 2012 College and Career Readiness Indicators Reports

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