The Hawai‘i P-3 Initiative, supported by generous grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, the Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation, and Kamehameha Schools, establishes partnerships with early learning providers to promote a cohesive continuum of experiences from birth to age eight.
Hawai‘i P-20 supports a variety of College and Career Readiness initiatives to help prepare students for college and career success. These programs are critical to helping the state meet its goal of having 55% of working age adults with a two- or four- year college degree by the year 2025.
The Hawai‘i Data Exchange Partnership (Hawai‘i DXP) is a statewide, cross-agency, longitudinal data system that links information from infancy through early learning, K-12 and postsecondary education, and into the workforce. Hawai‘i DXP will help guide decisions and policies to improve learner and workforce outcomes for the benefit of our community.