HEA Celebrates 100 Years of Supporting Educators

June 2, 2021

HEA was formed in 1921 to help Hawaii educators in their fight for better pay and work conditions. A hundred years later, HEA is a champion for the teaching profession and supports the professional excellence of educators at all schools and all grade levels statewide.

Check out our Centennial Historical Timeline to see the significant milestones and achievements in HEA’s 100-year history.

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Share your story with us! Our teachers are a great source of encouragement, inspiration and positive life transformations. Many of us have had a teacher who has made a major impact on our lives or helped us to simply do better.

HEA wants to showcase testimonials about amazing teachers to highlight the importance of our local educators. These stories will be featured throughout our website, newsletter and social media in 2021 as part of HEA’s 100th anniversary celebration.

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