Archive for 'Education'

Ninety-four acres from D.R. Horton – Schuler Division planned for 5 schools

Ninety-four acres from D.R. Horton – Schuler Division planned for 5 schools

D.R. Horton – Schuler Division is setting aside 94 acres in its planned community of Hoopili [...]

How colleges connect with businesses

How colleges connect with businesses

Aside from internships, most businesses rarely interact with universities, but many are working side by side [...]

The College Payoff: Welcome to the Middle Class

According to a new study, the lifetime earnings of those who finish college are 84 percent [...]

James Campbell Co. gifts $250,000 to 9 public schools

The company has donated over $12 million to Hawaii’s public schools over the past decade. [...]

Spotlight on Hawaii’s Best Places to Work: Seagull Schools

Spotlight on Hawaii’s Best Places to Work: Seagull Schools

Each week we follow up with the companies that were named best places to work in [...]

Take the Kanu Energy Challenge

Kanu Hawaii will launch its first annual energy challenge in July. The month-long campaign challenges individuals [...]

How to do business in Hawaii now a textbook lesson

How to do business in Hawaii now a textbook lesson

If only Mainland schools taught companies how to enter the Hawaii market, it would be so [...]

First Nations’ Futures program now accepting applications

First Nations’ Futures program now accepting applications

Applications are now being accepted for Kamehameha Schools‘ First Nations’ Futures program. The fellowship is designed [...]

Educated women waiting longer to have kids

Women with a college degree are giving birth at a later age and are having fewer [...]

Waiting for Bizarro?

Richard C. Seder, Ph.D., an education policy consultant based in Honolulu, wrote this op-ed after attending [...]