Journalism's Future ... Now

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Journalism's Future ... Now

The Mānoa Mirror

Journalism's Future ... Now

The Mānoa Mirror

Teachers face challenges in Hawaii unlike anywhere else

What is being done to support teachers and what could be done?
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Alani Calderon
Rachel Smith reads to her two daughters, from left to right, Oakley and Blair, at the Kapolei Public Library.

Journalism student Krystal Spear discusses specific challenges faced by teachers in Hawaiʻi, and she talks with experts about what is being done to address those issues on the islands.

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Krystal Spear, Contributor
Born and raised on Oahu, Krystal found a passion for media production through scriptwriting and broadcast journalism opportunities in school. She completed her bachelor's degree in Communication at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa in 2023 and has worked in the Operations team at Hawaii Public Radio since August 2022. In the future, she hopes to further the fields of public and educational media here in Hawaii.
Alani Calderon, Contributor
I am double majoring in Journalism and Political Science at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. My deep passion to enlighten others, including myself, drives me; I aim to receive voices who need to be heard and shed light on important matters in a clear and accurate manner. Now, as a Copy Editor for Ka Leo, UHM's student newspaper, and a full-time student, I am pursuing my passion to become a broadcast journalist.

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