In light of the economic crisis, students in Hawaii for the time being and every Friday from school. Starting this week and until the end of school year there, according to the education authorities of the U.S. government on Friday because of a rigid savings plan is no longer teaching. "We know that the impact on the education of students has one," reads a statement by the Ministry of Education. Every day is important in order to achieve the required learning objectives. A reduction of teaching at a four-day week was not "illegal". (more...)
The school in which we offer this English course in America, is a small academy of 15 rooms overlooking the ocean and beautiful beaches and located in a modern business building, situated in an idyllic place, a destination most famous tourist peaceful and lively. You'll find also shops, bars and bus stops near the school.
The aim of the school is meeting the needs of students as individuals and ensure they achieve their personal goals of study. The school provides a broad and comprehensive care to their students that are very well attended. Are especially welcome the Spanish, given the small amount Llosa who come to this school. (more...)
The Astronomy Center of Hawaii, Hilo, presents the history of the volcano Mauna Kea, where there are a huge observatory and most powerful telescopes in the world. There is an entrance to the exhibition on astronomy and the history of the Hawaiian culture.
The planetarium presents on a regular basis a film about a specific topic. [...]
The State of Hawaii in the winter is comparable to the Atlantic coast in France in summer. Many tourists (Hawaii hosts more than 7 million tourists each year) just try to risk activities like surfing but not necessarily well prepared. Many people go into the water and hurt themselves in the waves, including with a [...]
The University of Hawai’i at Manoa will hold a Physics and Astronomy Open House from 8:30 to noon on Saturday, November 21. Eleven sites-including Watanabe Hall, Krauss Annex and the Physical Science Building, will feature physics and astronomy research and applications presented by Department of Physics and Astronomy faculty and students.
The public is invited to [...]
The FIRST LEGO League 2009 season drew to a close today with an intense competition for the 2009 “Smart Move” Hawai’i State Championship Challenge. At the Neil S. Blaisdell Arena, 48 teams of students Demonstrated their problem-solving skills, creative thinking, teamwork, competitive play, sportsmanship and sense of community.
FIRST stands for “For Inspiration and Recognition of [...]
Governor Linda Lingle announced today in her State of the State Address that she has authorized the use of $ 2,805,200 in federal stimulus funds to Enhance robotics education programs in Hawai’i’s schools. The funds will be provided to the University of Hawai’i College of Engineering , Which Will Disburse the money to the Friends [...]