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Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education is a statewide partnership led by the Executive Office of Early Learning, the Hawai‘i State Department of Education, and the University of Hawai‘i System.
The Executive Office of Early Learning
The Early Office of Early Learning (EOEL) was established by Governor Neal Abercrombie in June 2012. The office works in connection with the Governor's Early Childhood Education Initiative to help the state meet its goal of providing a viable early learning system for Hawai‘i's youngest keiki. The office is led by Director, Terry Lock.
Hawai‘i State Department of Education
The Hawai‘i State Department of Education is a unified statewide school system of more than 177,000 students (170,498 public and 7,373 charter) and 288 schools (257 public and 31 charter) with an annual operating budget of more than $2.4 billion -- the nation's eleventh largest public school system. The Department is aggressively adopting standards-based education while implementing significant reform measures under the state's Reinventing Education Act of 2004 and the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. The Hawai‘i DOE is led by superintendent Kathy Matayoshi.
For more information on Hawai‘i Department of Education, visit their website at: http://doe.k12.hi.us
University of Hawai‘i System
The University of Hawai‘i System includes 10 campuses and dozens of educational, training and research centers across the Hawaiian Islands. As the public system of higher education in Hawai‘i, UH offers opportunities as unique and diverse as its Island home. The UH System is led by President MRC Greenwood.
For more information on the University of Hawai‘i system visit their website at http://www.hawaii.edu