2014 Ka Huaka‘i, Native Hawaiian Educational Assessment, Kamehameha Schools

This 2014 version of the Native Hawaiian Education Assessment contextualizes recent research and data using the “pua” model as a framework to examine Native Hawaiian strengths and well-being in multiple dimensions: social, economic, physical, emotional, and educational. ʻIke is presented at the macro level—for the lāhui and Ka Pae ʻĀina Hawaiʻi—and by specific regions and age groups. Findings point to both positive gains and persistent challenges for Kānaka Maoli, highlighting the importance of Hawaiian culture-based education as a pathway for learners to build a bright future for generations to come.

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Source https://www.ksbe.edu/research/ka_huakai/
Maintainer Kamehameha Schools
Last Updated August 27, 2021, 22:52 (UTC)
Created February 21, 2020, 18:02 (UTC)