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Native Hawaiian Education Summit - July 2015

Attendance at the 2015 summit doubled from the previous year. As I looked around and observed the number of attendees and took in the significance of the place and space we were in, I began to wonder how this special moment will be replicated in future years as attendance grows. It's inspirational and motivational to be apart of the grassroots movement to fulfill Pauahi's mission and vision. During the conference I was able to build pilina with Native Hawaiians which strengthened my understanding of ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i and ‘ike Hawai‘i and my connection to my purpose. Key goals that were discussed included progress on the goals from last year's conference: Goal 1 ‘ Ō lelo Hawai ‘ i —In the next 10 years, our learning systems will: Advance  ʻŌ lelo Hawai ʻ i Expectations –  Develop and implement a clear set of expectations for ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi that permeates all levels of education. Actualize a Hawaiian Speaking Workforce –  Increase a prepared ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi wo