Hawaii State Department of Education
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It is best to work as a teacher in Hawaii Public Schools if one is from the island or single with no dependents. If not from the island, then having a network of support is crucial. The salaries are so low that a single person with a child or children cannot provide for him or herself and child(ren). The network of support will allow you to do what you love as a teacher and earn a salary not commensurate with the cost of living on Hawaiʻi Island.

Answered May 18, 2018

No paid vacations but you can take off when needed with advance notice.

Answered December 24, 2017

I would redesign the HI DOE employment website application, so that professionals that are re-applying would not have to waste their time filling in the application over and over again.

Answered February 11, 2019

Yearly depending on years of service and contract obligations

Answered May 27, 2019

Proud. Hawaii is a beautiful state but the cost of living is high. Teachers, Parents, Students, are nice to work with. They respect each others culture.

Answered November 4, 2018

Stressful at times. Rewarding in the end. Fast paced.

Answered November 30, 2017
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