Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke is a youth-focused vocational training, educational, and community-based nonprofit in Hāna, Maui. Through core programs and initiatives, Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke empowers and nurtures students and graduates to become caretakers and leaders of their communities.
As social-cultural conceptions of privacy, gender, race, and identity have evolved, anxieties and challenges have been illuminated related to the design, use, and interactions associated with public restrooms. Randy Fielding and Cierra Mantz shares more in their latest post.
Kim Carter and Devin Vodicka explore student-driven assessment and how to ensure learners are owning their learning journeys.
Student Sarah Park shares her story of curiosity and how it led to a purposeful passion.
Tanaga Rodgers details the importance of empowering math teachers to be culturally responsive.
Tom Vander Ark shares the real world learning happening at CAPS during a recent school visit.