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Evaluation Projects

Jun 2014 to Present

Project of Hawaii State Judiciary funded by the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Oct 2006-Feb 2009

Funded by the US Department of Education’s Native Hawaiian Education Program.

2004 to 2012

Culturally responsive curriculum projects funded by the Office of Hawaiian Education, and conducted in Hawaii public schools.

Five-year memorandum of agreement currently in process

Project of Hawaii Department of Education funded by the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration), which will provide training and technical assistance to create mechanisms for early identification and intervention for student mental health issues.

Oct 2000-Sep 2002 and Oct 2004-Sep 2006

Funded by the US Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs.

Spring, 2010 to Fall, 2012

A project funded by the Office of Postsecondary Education that took place at 8 community colleges and universities in the University of Hawaii system, with the goal of enhancing faculty knowledge, skills, and attitudes concerning students with disabilities.

Fall, 2010 to Present

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education Steppingstones to Technology program, responsible for 10 high schools and approximately 300 9th grade high school participants reading below the 7th grade level.

Spring, 2013 to Present

Two grant studies funded by the Office of Hawaiian Education; both projects’ goals were aimed at improving early learning outcomes for at-risk preschool students through a unique grouping of culturally responsive research-based school and home interventions.

Spring, 2010 to Fall, 2012

Funded by the Office of Hawaiian Education, which provided tutoring and supports for Native Hawaiian students to earn college credits before graduation from high school.

Fall, 2008 to Spring, 2012

A culturally responsive curriculum project designed for working with students with disabilities to increase their involvement in their own individual education planning (IEP). The study was funded by the Office of Native Hawaiian Education and was based on the success of the “I” in the IEP High School Project.

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