Hawaii Association for the Education of Young Children

Our Mission is to promote, support,& expand quality & professionalism in early childhood programs and services for Hawaii’s children (0-8) and their families.

RECENT NEWS


Kathy Murphy

Aloha to HAEYC members and friends: HAEYC’s executive director, Kathy Murphy, is back at work after a recovering from heart-bypass surgery. Thank you for the well wishes and prayers, they are very appreciated. She is happy to be back at work, and eager to get going on this year’s fall conference. We look forward to […]

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Mohala Na Pua

Mohala Na Pua: Integrating Effective Pedagogy into Early Childhood Place-Based Science Curriculum This free professional development workshop is designed to provide PK3 educators with a basic understanding of the CREDE Standards for Effective Pedagogy and a framework for developing place-based science activities. The workshop introduces basic tenets of sociocultural theory, the CREDE Standards, and an […]

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2014 Hawaii State Legislative Overview and Briefing with Steve Teves

Please Join Us on Thursday, February 20th at the Airport Honolulu Hotel-Maui Room (3401 North Nimitz Highway) (light pupus and refreshment will be served) for a 2014 Hawaii State Legislative Overview and Briefing with Steve Teves of Hawaii Public Policy Advocates. Stephen M. Teves is an attorney and the co-owner of Hawaii Public Policy Advocates, […]

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President Signs Spending Bill with Huge Gains for Early Childhood

President Obama signed into law a bipartisan spending bill on Friday, January 17 for fiscal year 2014 with almost $1.5 billion increase in early childhood. For more details on how the bill will affect early childhood education, please view NAEYC’s previous alert highlighting the allocation of funds. But there is little time to rest ….the […]

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NAEYC Action Alert

EXCITING NEWS! Let Your Members of Congress Know to Support Start Strong for America’s Children Act Today Senator Harkin (Iowa) along with Representatives George Miller (California) and Richard Hanna (New York) introduced legislation – Start Strong for America’s Children. This bipartisan-sponsored legislation will accelerate the existing commitment of federal, state and local programs for young […]

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