Empowering Community


Learning Resources

To continue supporting children, families, and community, INPEACE will be posting distance learning resources. Each week, we will post several lessons, workshops, and activities resources that you can use at home. If you want to see a list of all resources, please visit our Learning Resources page here.

If you want to view our recent posts, please see below:

Class Interaction – April 3, 2020

Teacher – child interaction is a dance, in a way. It’s very important for parents, who are now keiki’s first and ONLY teacher to own that role. You’ve got this!

Financial Literacy Month, Week 1 – April 2, 2020

The month of April is National Financial Literacy Month, and to celebrate, INPEACE’s Hoʻoulu Waiwai will share weekly calendars with daily activities to help you and your ‘ohana strengthen your financial wellness. Click on the thumbnail to view and download. Follow us on social media to catch more! #FinancialLiteracyMonth



Circle Time: Lei and Pua – March 31, 2020

A short collection of our go-to songs performed by Lei and Pua of Keiki Steps – Nanakuli. Sing along at home with your ‘ohana, and if you’re feeling like superstars, post a video and tag us on social media! Weʻd love to see your beautiful faces and hear your renditions!



INPEACE Physical Offices Closed

Aloha Kākou, 

Due to the current COVID-19 concerns and the State of Hawaiʻi’s efforts to curb the spread of the virus, INPEACE’s physical office sites have closed until further notice. 

INPEACE staff will continue operating remotely and remain reachable through phone and email. Please do not hesitate to reach out to our staff, who remain dedicated to supporting families and children in our communities.

You can find all program and administrative contact information HERE.

Mahalo nui loa for your patience and understanding.

Hawaiian Values in Practice

The Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture, fondly known as INPEACE, empowers communities—from the ground up. From pre-natal education to small business workshops, we nurture growing families through Hawaiian culture-based early learning education and promote community strengthening through educational equity, teacher development, and family economic capacity building programs.

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Programs Overview

Not sure what program is right for you? Visit our overview page to find out more about our programs.

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Early Learning and School Readiness

Outreach and parental guidance for early childhood education and social services.

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A parent-participation preschool for children from newborn to age five.

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Routine in-home visits focused on early childhood development for parents and children.

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Educational Equity and Teacher Development

Middle school outdoor classroom teaching academics through Hawaiian culture.

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Teacher recruitment, support, and retention supported through scholarships.

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Family Economic Capacity Building

Culturally relevant financial workshops, incentived savings, and personal coaching.

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Business planning, development and personalized coaching for entrepreneurs.

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april, 2020

06apr10:00 am11:00 amBusiness Incubator Information Session

09apr4:00 pm5:00 pmFinancial Kai Series: Smart Spending Plan

14apr10:00 am11:00 pmPeer Discussion Group

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