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Ka’ie’ie: a Dual-Admission, Dual-Enrollment Program

The Kaʻieʻie program is a dual-admission, dual-enrollment partnership program between the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa (UHM) and all seven of the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges (UHCC). If a student is looking to begin their academic journey at a UHCC, this program provides academic planning and support to ease the transfer process to UHM.

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I Mana Ka ʻŌiwi: The Importance of Indigenous Approaches and Practices in Education

The United Nations (UN) describes an indigenous peoples as “…holders of unique languages, knowledge systems and beliefs that possess invaluable knowledge of practices for sustainable management of natural resources” (United Nations, 2004). Although the UN has not adopted an official definition of the term “indigenous,” many cultural groups such as Indigenous Education State Leaders Network

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