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  • Title: Welcome to Hawai'i P-20 Partnerships for Education | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: .. About Hawai‘i P-20.. Partners.. P-20 Council.. Staff.. Executive Bios.. Contact Us.. Resources.. Job Opportunities.. Hawai‘i P-3 Initiative.. College Career Success.. GEAR UP.. STEP UP.. Core to College.. News Events.. College and Career Indicators Report.. 2008 Data.. 2009 Data.. 2010 Data.. 2011 Data.. Career Readiness.. HICAN 2011.. 55by25.. Statewide Longitudinal Data System.. News Releases.. In The News.. Newsletters.. Spring 2013.. Fall 2012.. Summer 2012.. Winter 2012.. Fall 2011.. Summer 2011.. Winter 2011.. Fall 2010.. Summer 2010.. 55 by '25 Campaign.. Click Here.. for more info.. I want email from P-20.. Welcome to Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education.. Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education is a statewide partnership led by the Executive Office on Early Learning, the Hawai i State Department of Education, and the University of Hawai i System that is working to strengthen the education pipeline from early childhood through higher education so that all students achieve career and college success.. P-20 partners share a sense of urgency about the need to improve Hawai i's educational outcomes in an increasingly global economy.. The goal of Hawai i P-20 is for 55% of Hawai i's working age adults to have a 2- or 4-year college degree by the year 2025.. Hawai i P-20 seeks to achieve this by:.. Having all children reading at grade level by third grade.. Strengthening the rigor of the high school curriculum.. Increasing student access and success in college.. Facilitating program and policy development based upon research and data.. P-20 HIGHLIGHTS.. GEAR UP HAWAI'I LAUNCHES TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR FUTURE CONTEST.. GEAR UP Hawai'i, a program under Hawai'i P-20 Partnerships for Education, is proud to sponsor with Oceanic Time Warner Cable and Clear Channel Hawai'i, the second annual Take Charge of Your Future Commercial Script Writing Challenge.. For more information,.. click here.. Hawai'i educational leaders have set a goal for 55% of Hawai'i's working age adults to have a college degree by the year 2025.. The campaign brings to attention the many actions people can take to  ...   Hawai i's education agenda, according to an updated report released by Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education.. The 2012 Hawai i Career Ready Study focuses on what it takes to advance career readiness in Hawai i by merging college-preparation and career-preparation efforts.. To see executive summary and report,.. Hawai i P-20 Helps More Students Apply for College.. This month, Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education launched College Application and Exploration Season (CAES), an initiative designed to assist high school students to explore their college options and complete their college applications.. For more info,.. Hawai i P-20 Collaborates with Community Partners to Offer Nanakuli HS Students a Running Start to College.. For complete article.. 15 to Finish Campaign Increases Freshman Earning 15+ Credits at UH Campuses.. A higher percentage of incoming freshman students at the University of Hawai i campuses statewide registered to earn 15 or more credits for the Fall 2012 semester than freshmen who entered the UH system last year.. This increase can be attributed to the 15 to Finish Campaign, which launched in June under the University of Hawai i's.. Hawai i Graduation Initiative.. Recently, the 15 to Finish Campaign was recognized by.. Complete College America.. and is generating national recognition as a leading program to raise graduation rates.. To see the latest updates on the campaign.. 2011 Hawai i P-20 Annual Report.. Click here to see our latest annual report.. Hawai i P-20 is on Facebook! Like our page and keep updated on the latest highlights.. CLASS OF 2011 CCRI REPORTS.. The College and Career Readiness Indicators Report (CCRI) has been developed through Hawai i P-20 in partnership with the Hawai i Department of Education (DOE) and the University of Hawai i (UH).. This report presents information on how well Hawai i graduates are prepared to meet the DOE's Vision of a High School Graduate.. To view these reports.. Home.. |.. About Hawai i P-20.. Early Learning.. News.. Admin.. 2011.. All rights reserved.. Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education..

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  • Title: About Us | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: About Us.. OVERVIEW.. Hawai i P-20 Partnerships for Education is a statewide partnership led by the Executive Office on Early Learning, the Hawai i State Department of Education and the University of Hawai i System that is working to strengthen the education pipeline from early childhood through higher education so that all students achieve career and college success.. P-20 partners share a sense of urgency about the need to improve Hawaii s educational outcomes in an increasingly global economy.. Click here.. for the P-20 Fact Sheet.. LEADERSHIP.. The Hawai i P-20 Executive Leadership includes Karen Lee, Executive Director, Hawai i P-20; Terry Lock, Director, Executive Office on Early Learning; Kathryn Matayoshi, Superintendent, Hawai i Department of Education; and MRC Greenwood, President, University of Hawai i System.. GOAL.. The goal of Hawai i P-20 is for 55% of Hawai i s working age adults to have a 2- or 4-year college degree by the year 2025.. - Having all children reading at grade level by third grade.. - Strengthening the rigor of the high school curriculum.. - Increasing student access and success in college.. - Facilitating program and policy development based upon research and data.. P-20 COUNCIL.. The Hawai i P-20 Council is a group of 31 leaders from education, business, labor, government, and community who share the vision and mission of Hawai i P-20.. The Council provides support, information, and advice to the P-20 leadership and staff, and advocates for sound educational planning and policy.. PROGRAMS.. Currently, Hawai i P-20 is comprised of these programs:.. H.. awai i P-3 Initiative.. Supported by a generous grant from the  ...   increase student readiness for post-high school success.. Hawai i participates in the following national efforts:.. Step Up Campaign.. Hawai i is part of the American Diploma Project (ADP) network of 36 states.. Hawai i is committed to raising high school standards, strengthening assessments and curriculum, and aligning high school requirements with the expectations of employers and colleges.. Beginning with the high school graduating class of 2013, Hawai i students will have the option to earn the Board of Education Recognition Diploma that is aligned with ADP recommendations for a rigorous high school curriculum.. In efforts to promote this revised diploma Hawai i P-20 is launching a multi-year community awareness and action campaign in the summer of 2009 to support college and career readiness for high school students.. This campaign, named Step Up, encourages students to earn the Hawai i Board of Education s Recognition Diploma.. To date, there are over 14,200 students from the Classes of 2013, 2014, and 2015 enrolled in the program.. GEAR UP Hawai i.. GEAR UP Hawai i, Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, is a federally funded program whose mission is to prepare more low-income students to enter and succeed in college.. It works with community and corporate partners to improve the systems that affect the college-going rates of traditionally underrepresented populations, especially low-income students.. GEAR UP encourages Hawai i s teenagers to have high expectations, stay in school, study hard, and take classes that will prepare them for college.. HAWAI I P-20 ANNUAL REPORTS.. 2011-2012 Annual Report click here.. 2010-2011 Annual Report click here.. 2009-2010 Annual Report click here..

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  • Title: Partners | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: ».. 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  ...   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 interim 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..

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  • Title: P-20 Council | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: The Hawai i P-20 Council is a group of 33 leaders from education, business, labor, government and community who share a common vision and mission of improving educational outcomes for the state.. Through the unique knowledge and perspective of its members, the council provides support, information and guidance to the P-20 leadership and staff, and advocates for statewide educational planning and policy.. Rod Chamberlain.. Vice President for Campus Strategies.. Kamehameha Schools.. Isaac Choy.. House Higher Education Committee Chair.. Hawai i State House of Representatives.. Mitch D'Olier.. President and CEO.. Kaneohe Ranch Co.. , Ltd.. and Harold K.. L.. Castle Foundation.. M.. R.. C.. Greenwood.. President.. University of Hawai'i System.. Lynn Hammonds.. Executive Director.. Hawai'i Teacher Standards Board.. Linda Johnsrud.. Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy.. Gary Kai.. Hawai'i Business Roundtable.. Karen Lee.. Director.. Hawai i State Executive Office on Early Learning.. Cheryl Lupenui.. Student Achievement Committee Chair..  ...   i.. Kathy Murphy.. Hawai'i Association for the Education of Young Children.. JN Musto.. University of Hawai'i Professional Assembly.. Al Nagasako.. Hawai i State Teachers Association.. Tammi Oyadomari-Chun.. Policy Analyst.. Hawai i State Office of the Governor.. Chris Pating.. Vice President Strategic Planning and Implementation.. Randy Perreira.. Hawai i Government Employees Association.. Brother Bernie Ploeger.. Chaminade Univeristy.. Michael Rockers.. Hawai i Catholic Schools.. Dwight Takamine.. Hawai i State Department of Industrial Relations.. Chris Van Bergeijk.. Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.. Hawai i Community Foundation.. Roy Takumi.. House Education Committee Chair.. State of Hawai i House of Representatives.. Brian Taniguchi.. Senate Higher Education Committee Chair.. Hawai i State Senate.. Jill Tokuda.. Senate Education Committee Chair.. State of Hawai'i Senate.. Jim Tollefson.. Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii.. John White.. Pacific Resource Partnership.. Robert Witt.. Hawai'i Association of Independent Schools.. Donald Young.. Dean.. University of Hawai i at Manoa College of Education..

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  • Title: Staff | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: (Bio).. Grant Chartrand.. P-20 Project Coordinator.. April Goodwin.. Core to College Alignment Director.. Kim Guieb-Kang.. P-3 Operations Manger.. Anita Huang.. Institutional Analyst.. Todd Ikenaga.. SLDS Program Manager.. Angela Jackson.. Associate Director and Gear Up Hawaii Project Director.. Justin Katahira.. Data Use Training Coordinator.. Renee Kimoto.. Business Intelligence Analyst.. Ivana Kormanikova.. Fiscal Support Specialist.. Gale Mejia..  ...   Outreach Manager.. Jean Osumi.. Sr.. Associate for Academic Policy and Evaulation.. Sklya Seltzer.. P-3 Program Coordinator.. Lacy Smith.. Admin Fiscal Support Specialist.. Cherry Torres.. Step Up Scholars Program Manager.. Adele Wada.. Educational Specialist.. GG Weisenfeld.. P-3 Director of Early Learning.. Nicole Wilson.. Early College Specialist.. Teri Yamashige.. Communications Specialist.. Lesli Yogi.. Business and Community Outreach Specialist..

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  • Title: Executive Bios | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Karen Lee,.. Ed.. D.. ,.. Executive Director, Hawai i P-20,.. As executive director, Karen Lee is responsible for supporting the Hawai i P-20 Council and overseeing Hawai i P-20 programs.. P-20 s major programs include the W.. Kellogg Foundation-funded Hawai i P-3 Initiative, which promotes partnerships within the early learning community to strengthen the continuum of early learning experiences for children, and programs such as GEAR UP and Step Up, designed to increase student readiness for post-high school success.. She also guides the inter-agency team responsible for the design of a statewide longitudinal data system to inform policy- and decision-making for the improvement of educational outcomes in Hawai i.. Lee served as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Hawai i System since 2006.. In that role, she was responsible for UH system-wide student affairs policies and student-related initiatives, such as financial aid policies, the Regents and Presidential Scholarship program, system-wide scholarships, student residency status related to tuition, and registration policies.. She collaborated closely with the chief student affairs officers on each UH campus, and served as the advisor to the UH Student Caucus, an advisory body of students from each of the UH campuses.. Lee has served as Executive Assistant to the UH president and as Undergraduate Coordinator of the Office of Student Academic Services at the UH Manoa Shidler College of Business.. She has also been Assistant Dean of Students and Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Columbia University (NY), and Assistant Director of Admission at Colgate University (NY).. Lee holds a doctorate in education from the University of Southern California, and a master's degree in higher education administration and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Columbia University.. Terry Lock, Director, Executive Office of Early Learning.. Ms.. Lock was previously the State Early Childhood Coordinator in the Office of the Governor.. In June 2012, Terry was appointed Director of the newly created Executive Office of Early Learning.. With over 36 years of experience in the field of early childhood education, Ms.. Lock has taught in and managed early childhood programs serving prenatal to 8 years old; initiated parent support groups; taught courses at the university and community college levels; coordinated family literacy services for parents and their preschoolers; and has been an advocate for early childhood education at the county, state, and national levels.. Lock served as the Maui County Early Childhood Resource Coordinator, a National Head Start Fellow, and as the Director of the Kamehameha Schools Community-Based Early Childhood Education Division.. She has a bachelor's degree in Human Development from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and a master's degree in  ...   of the Hawai i P-20 Council.. An alumni of Hilo High School, Matayoshi holds a juris doctor degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law and a bachelor s degree from Carleton College.. Dr.. President, University of Hawai i System.. Greenwood is chancellor emerita, University of California, Santa Cruz, and director of the Foods for Health Initiative, chair of the Graduate Group in Nutritional Biology and distinguished professor of nutrition and internal medicine at the University of California, Davis.. She also holds an appointment as adjunct professor of public health and nutrition at the University of California, Berkeley.. A nationally and internationally known expert on obesity and diabetes, Greenwood is also considered a national leader on science and technology policy and an expert on higher education policy issues.. Her work over the past 40 years, focusing on the genetic causes of obesity and on science policy issues, is recognized worldwide, and she is the author of numerous scientific publications and presentations.. Greenwood served as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs for the University of California system, the second highest position in the 10-campus system, from April 2004 to November 2005.. She served as chancellor of UC Santa Cruz from July 1996 to April 2004.. Her major accomplishments include launching the campus s first professional school, the Jack Baskin School of Engineering; fostering establishment of the NSF Center for Adaptive Optics with subsequent support from the Moore Foundation; increasing the number of academic programs by 52 percent, from 63 to 96, including a 41 percent increase in graduate programs; opening UC system s first new residential colleges in 30 years; hiring 250 new faculty members; raising morale, more than doubling extramural research support; constructing nearly one million assignable square feet in academic buildings for the arts, sciences and engineering; establishing a UC Silicon Valley Center at Moffett Field and developing the nation s first NASA University Affiliated Research Center, the largest competitively awarded contract ($330 million) at the University of California up to that time.. Greenwood is a member of the Institute of Medicine at the National Academies of Sciences, has been president of the North American Association for the Study of Obesity (now the Obesity Society), president of the American Society of Clinical Nutrition and chair of the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine.. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and is a fellow, past president and board chair of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.. Greenwood graduated summa cum laude from Vassar College and received her Ph.. from The Rockefeller University..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Hawai i P-20.. University of Hawai’i at Manoa.. Sinclair Library, Room 504.. 2425 Campus Road.. Honolulu, HI 96822.. ph: 956-3879.. Fax: 956-8037.. Toll-Free: 1-866-808-4327.. Comments..

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  • Title: Resources | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Hawai.. i P-3 Initiative Fact Sheet (PDF).. Community-Based P-3 Planning and Implementation Grants.. Promising Practices that Contributed to Improved Third Grade Reading Proficiency - Presentation (PDF).. i P-3 Annual Report 2009.. P-3 Policy Brief Issue 1, June 2012.. 2010 Report by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.. (PDF).. Policy Brief: Increasing  ...   Hawai i Career Ready Study 2007 - Summary Presentation (PDF).. Hawai i Career Ready Report 2007 - Full Report (PDF).. Creating a High School Diploma that Counts (PDF).. Hawai i State DOE graduation site.. Making College Career Readiness the Mission of High Schools.. May 2009 - Presentation by Matt Gandal, Executive Vice President, Achieve..

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  • Title: Job Opportunities | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Thank you for your interest in Hawai i P-20.. Currently, there are no job openings..

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  • Title: College & Career Success | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Hawai i P-20 coordinates the following national efforts:.. American Diploma Project.. For more information on the American Diploma Project please visit the Achieve website at www.. achieve.. In efforts to promote the revised diploma Board of Education Recognition Diploma beginning with the class of 2013, Hawaii P-20 is launching a multi-year community awareness and action campaign in the summer of 2009 to support college and career readiness for high school students.. This campaign, named Step Up, encourages students to earn the newly revised Hawai i Board of Education s Recognition  ...   federally funded program whose mission is to significantly increase the number of students who are prepared to enter and succeed in college.. GEAR UP encourages Hawaii s teenagers to have high expectations, stay in school, study hard, and take classes that will prepare them for college.. Helpful Resources:.. HAWAI I P-20 ISSUE BRIEF: CAREER AND COLLEGE READINESS.. Providing Opportunity and Options to All High School Students.. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD.. Hawai i Career Ready Study - Summary Presentation (PDF).. Hawai i Career Ready Report - Full Report (PDF).. DOE graduation site..

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  • Title: Core to College | Hawai'i P-20
    Descriptive info: Core to College, one of Hawai i P-20's newest programs, aims to foster long-term collaborations between higher education and K-12 to improve student achievement and college readiness, and ultimately increase the number of students who enroll in and graduate from a post-secondary institution.. Hawai i is one of ten states to receive the Core to College grant which is funded by the Lumina Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation.. Desired grant outcomes include:.. A statewide definition of college readiness.. Alignment between K-12 and postsecondary instituitions in key transitional academic courses based on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).. Agreement  ...   Arts (ELA).. To help achieve these outcomes, Hawai i P-20 will coordinate a variety of activities that include:.. Convening a series of summits and trainings joining K-12 and high education in conversations around the CCSS, the Smarter Balanced Assessments, and alignment related to math, ELA, and teacher preparation.. Supporting policy discussions to reach consensus on a statewide definition of college readiness.. Providing GEAR UP grant funds to support regional alignment projects between K-12 and higher education partners.. For Core to College news and events.. For Core to College resources.. For further information about Core to College, contact.. April Goodwin, Core to College Alignment Director at agoodwin@hawaii..

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