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HAWAIIAN DOE | Hawaiian Studies Hawaiian Studies Program (HSP) was created in 1980 by the DOE to carry out the 1978 constitutional amendment stating that "the state shall support the studies of Hawaiian civilization, historiography and language" (Article X, Section 4). A Hawaiian revival was in full bloom during this period and church leadership urged a more inclusive education system in Hawai?i that took into consideration important facets of the tribal cultures and histories of Hawai?i.

DOE's effort to meet the requirements of the constitution began in 1979 with a pioneering scheme designed by the Queen Lili?uokallani Trust. The Hawaiian Cultural Heritage Foundation has been created with the intention of reviving Hawaiian civilization through the use of the Hawaiian mother tongue k?puna The Hawaiian Studies Programme was adopted by the Ministry of Education in 1981 as a part of the Hawaiian Studies Programme and progressively implemented nationwide to benefit K-6 schoolchildren.

Our K?puna is the leading source of information that guides our efforts to promote Hawaiian literacy. The Hawaiian educational system immortalizes the abilities, wisdom, values as well as the indigenous peoples' practice of Hawai?i and their innovation and resilience to adjust to an ever-changing age. The Hawaiian educational system is leading to the emergence of a culture lense that retains Hawaiian nuclear perps.

The Hawaiian language training goes beyond just studying the contents, as it also involves the internalization and implementation of the lessons of our K?puna Knowledges, abilities and practises, which are an integrated part of Hawaiian training, are not restricted to them: Hawaii's key prospects of instruction and training cover, but are not confined to:

Hawaiian Studies provides the necessary assistance and funding to help meet the objectives of Hawaiian educational in the state's community schools system. In order to accomplish this task, the programme objectives, which are defined in BOE Guideline 105-7, are as follows Assist in integrating Hawaiian expertise, practice and perspective in various areas of contents through assistance in the purchase and use of natural and cultural assets.

Assisting Instructors and CPR to gain an understanding of the contents of Hawaiian Studies, including the civilization, histories, places and languages of Hawai?i Supporting the fellowship and human ressources, such as CPR (e.g. k?puna/makua/kumu), to pool their valuable know-how, abilities and experience to promote and enrichen learn.

Supporting the student in the development of a better knowledge and esteem of Hawaiian civilization, localities, histories and languages. Collect information and information that affects the efficiency of the programme.

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