Hawaii’s schools have notoriously short summer breaks.  For public schools, the school year ends at the end of May and reconvenes in the later part of July.  Many parents ask what options are available.  I’ve begun compiling an informal listing of programs and links which can be found here. http://eastoahu96825.com/index.php/education/summer-school-oahu […]

Do you want to learn to play tennis?  The United States Tennis Association’s Play to Learn program may be just right for you.  Classes meet for 6 weeks and registration is $39 for youth, $45 for adults.  For East Oahu, area venues include Koko Head, Diamond Head, Kahala, Aina Haina […]

An often cited study warns against too much homework.  “Our findings on the effects of homework challenge the traditional assumption that homework is inherently good” wrote Denise Pope, a senior lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Education and a co-author of a study published in the Journal of Experimental […]

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