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OHA awards $1.5M to charter schools

MEDIA RELEASE The Board of Trustees for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has awarded a $1.5 million grant to help charter schools with a particular interest in students from the Native Hawaiian community keep pace with growing enrollment. The OHA grant is expected to help the 17 Hawaiian-focused charter schools that make up the Na […]

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OHA installs five trustees to four-year terms

MEDIA RELEASE The Office of Hawaiian Affairs officially added one new face to its Board of Trustees and applauded the re-election of four incumbents Tuesday amid the splendor of an investiture ceremony attended by an estimated 500 guests. Newly-elected Trustee Dan Ahuna, who represents Kauai on the nine-member policy-making board, took his oath of office […]

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OHA tailors grants to priorities for Hawaiians

OHA tailors grants to priorities for Hawaiians

MEDIA RELEASE The Office of Hawaiian Affairs rolled out today a new priority list for the $2.4 million in grant money that community organizations across the state can now apply for this year. At the top of the priority list are grant proposals that would fund programs that help Native Hawaiians develop marketable job skills, […]

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OHA names interim CEO, supports charter schools

OHA names interim CEO, supports charter schools

MEDIA RELEASE The Board of Trustees for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has approved a $1.5 million grant to fund Hawaiian-focused charter schools across the state. The funding for the 2011-2012 school year was awarded to the Kanu O Ka Aina Learning Ohana, which secured the OHA grant to help supplement the budgets of 17 […]

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OHA awards $1.8M to five non-profits

OHA awards $1.8M to five non-profits

MEDIA RELEASE The Board of Trustees for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has awarded $1.8 million in grant money to a combined total of five programs aimed at helping Native Hawaiians improve their health, education and economic self-sufficiency. The funds cover a two-year period and target programs that are expected to directly benefit an estimated […]

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