Clinton Kanahele Collection - From June to September of 1970, Kanahele, with the assistance of William Sproat, interviewed twenty individuals whose exceptional knowledge of Hawaiian language, history, and culture would prove valuable to future generations and help to “preserve the Hawaiian language.” The subjects of the interviews range from Hawaiian culture, to the history of specific places such as Laie, Oahu, and Peahi, Maui, to the personal experiences of Native Hawaiians throughout their lives.
ʻOiwi TV - top-quality documentaries, news and multimedia content from a uniquely Hawaiian perspective.
ʻAha KauLeo - ʻAha Kauleo is an advisory board to the Superintendent to guide and support the Kaiapuni schools. This website is to promote Kaiapuni schools in Hawaiʻi. Visit and learn about the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program.
Hawaiian Language Arts Standards - The Office of Hawaiian Education would like to announce the official arrival of our first major drafts of Nā Ana Mākau ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, Hawaiian Language Arts standards AND the Nā ʻAnuʻu ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, Hawaiian Language Proficiency Level descriptors. Please feel free to utilize this information freely and collect as much data and feedback on how to improve the standards draft. OHE will be conducting another meeting in January to collect this feedback and improve the drafts of our HLA standards and Proficiency Levels. Mahalo for all of the hard work....keep it up!
Native Hawaiian Education Council - Established in 1994 under the Native Hawaiian Education Act, the statutory responsibilities of the Native Hawaiian Education Council are to Coordinate, Assess, and Report & Make Recommendations' on the effectiveness of existing education programs for Native Hawaiians, the state of present Native Hawaiian education efforts, and improvements that may be made to existing programs, policies and procedures to improve the educational attainment of Native Hawaiians.