Hawaii Education


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Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches and stunning views, but it also offers a top-notch education system. According to the US News & World Report, Hawaii ranks 13th in the nation for its public school system, with a grade of A-. In addition to this, local education is also highly accessible as there are numerous public school options available throughout the islands. Hawaii also has excellent universities and colleges, providing students with a range of different opportunities to pursue their academic interests. Furthermore, resources like libraries, museums, and other educational facilities ensure that learners of all ages have access to quality learning materials. With an emphasis on both academic excellence and cultural inclusivity, Hawaii State offers an ideal educational environment for students of all backgrounds.

Hawaii schools spend $12,697 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 16 pupils per teacher, 770 students per librarian, and 299 children per counselor.

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Over 5 years ago

The Democrats are running Hawaii into the ground (like they do everywhere else). PROBLEM: Poor leadership. Corrupt government. Too many people. The state is a doormat  More

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Over 9 years ago

The cost of living is very high in the State of Hawaii. However, the beauty of the islands and its people is what keeps people from  More

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Over 10 years ago

I love people from all other the world this is so cool such a good people  More

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