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Schools - Badda' You?
League of Women Voters Day
Units - Units on Schools
Tracking Federal Funds in the Thickets of City Finance
They Earn $ for League
Update: Appointed Boards and Commissions
Citizen Participation
By-Law Changes
Nominating Committee Report
Proposed Budget - 1979-80


UNITS ON SCHOOLS "These are the experts!"

Set aside the week of March 12. You can unit hop (like table hop) or choose the unit which will discuss the burning issue on your mind.

Bring your questions and concerns. The League's Schools Committee has once again lined up an exciting array of experts to speak to the issues.


MONDAY, MARCH 12 7:00pm - Coffee 7:30pm meeting Home of Nancy Edwards 650 Ulili St., Kahala For information call Tisha Hickson, 395-5451

HONOLULU EVENING: Can we educate all our children? Are we educating all our children?

IVA LEE SINCLAIR, Dir. of Haw. Assoc. for Children with Learning Disabilities, on the "Mainstreaming" Program.

ANNE HAYES, Haw. Assoc. for Intellectually Gifted Children, on Education of the gifted.


TUESDAY, MARCH 13 9:00 am Coffee 9:30 am Meeting Home of Alice Scott 999 Wilder Ave. #1304 Visitor Parking Available For information call Glendora Alder, 923-0937 Claire Gregorcyk,487-7740

HONOLULU MORNING: Board of Education's priorities for the near future - How do they line up with priorities of the Legislature, DOE, Governor?

MARION SAUNDERS, MARGARET APO, Members of the Board of Education.


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 9:15 Coffee 9:30 Meeting Hawaii Kai Library 249 Lunalilo Home Road For information call: Wendie Wong, 377-9286 Walter Chotzen, 395-668

HAWAII-KAI: Viewing Education from a teacher's angle.

JOHN RADCLIFFE, Exec. Dir., Hawaii State Teacher's Association.


WEDNESDAY) MARCH 14 7:15 Coffee 7:30 Meeting Home of Edna Shoup 47-375 Lulani St. Kahaluu For information call Edna Shoup, 239-9894

WINDWARD EVENING: What are PTA's doing? What are their concerns? What is happening with DOE's Affirmative Action Council?

FLORA BEGGS, Past PTA President and member of Affirmative Action Council.


THURSDAY, MARCH 15 9:00 am Coffee 9:30 am Meeting Home of Marian Wilkins 703 Paopua Loop, Kailua For information call Beth Weisberger, 262-711 Helen Whorton, 261-4452

WINDWARD MORNING: What are our concerns in Windward schools? Class size, principal selection, union contracts, and other subjects.

KENGO TAKATA, Ass't Superintendent of Schools, Windward District.

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