OHA trustees eliminate ‘middleman’ to manage $3 million for Hawaiian charter schools

Students of Halau Ku Mana charter school got a real-life lesson in politics as school advocates got what the wanted from OHA, blocking a contract for the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement to manage $3 million for Hawaiian charter schools. OHA trustees decided to remove the Council as the middleman. "Surprised. I think we were trying to advocate for our schools and at the end of the day it’s about our students," said Keoni Bunag, principal at Halau Ku Mana charter scho…

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