Pahoa High & Intermediate School Targeted as Failing School for Overhaul

Schools Superintendent Pat Hamamoto is seeking the power to replace teachers, principals and staff at some campuses that have been failing the No Child Left Behind law despite extra support to help them raise student achievement over the years.

A legislative proposal would let Hamamoto intervene at schools struggling the most to stay on track of the federal mandate’s goal of having all students proficient in reading and math by 2014…

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Here are the 28 Hawaii public schools that have been in restructuring for three years or longer for failing to meet goals of the federal No Child Left Behind law. The state Department of Education is proposing a measure that would allow Superintendent Pat Hamamoto to replace staffers at those schools – including teachers and principals – to raise student achievement.

Honolulu District

Central Middle

Dole Middle

Kalihi Kai

Central District

Wahiawa Elementary

Wahiawa Middle

Leeward District

Kamaile Elementary Public Charter School*

Maili Elementary

Nanaikapono Elementary

Nanakuli Elementary

Nanakuli High and Intermediate

Waianae Intermediate

Waipahu Elementary

Waipahu Intermediate

Windward District

Kahaluu Elementary

Parker Elementary

Hawaii District

Hilo Intermediate

Kalanianaole Elementary and Intermediate

Kau High and Pahala Elementary

Keeau Middle

Kealakehe Elementary

Kealakehe Intermediate

Laupahoehoe High and Elementary

Naalehu Elementary and Intermediate

Pahoa High and Intermediate

Maui County

Hana High and Elementary

Kaunakakai Elementary

Molokai High

Molokai Middle

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