The state Department of Education’s School Food Services Branch is providing meals at 60 public schools without charge this summer. The meals […]
This year, the Lōkahi gift drive was more successful than ever, thanks in part to the efforts of INPEACE to connect families in need with generous donors. The drive offered […]
For keiki under the age of five, school work is actually school play. That is, children learn best through activities that inspire their imagination and creativity, such as building with […]
Keiki Steps leader and Kamehameha Schools alumna, Lisa Huihui Pakele, is proudly featured in the Kauwela (Summer) issue of I MUA, her alma mater’s quarterly magazine.
Placed right at the top […]
The tough economic climate has made most families cut back on educational and enrichment activities for their children, so finding low-cost or no-cost programs for keiki is becoming increasingly important. […]
Parents say their kids are smarter, more sociable and more eager to learn. That’s after going through a new free program called […]
Dr. Kanoe Nāone, Chief Executive Office of INPEACE contributed an opinion-editorial article to the Honolulu Advertiser on Sunday, August 23, 2009 about the importance of preparing our island keiki for […]
A professor and students from the Catholic University of Daegu in Korea came to Hawai’i to tour INPEACE’s programs and outdoor classroom […]
The Institute for Native Pacific Education and Culture (INPEACE) is pleased to announce that its teacher recruitment program, Ka Lama Education Academy […]
INPEACE’s Kūlia I Ka Pono program sent a handful of staff to the 2008 National Association for Young Children’s Conference in Dallas, Texas this year.
Workshops included leadership, management and administration, […]