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Leeward CC: An ʻĀina-based research guide: ʻĀina-Based Education

He wahi ʻōlelo mai nā kūpuna mai

"The theory of substituting the English language for the Hawaiian, in order to educate our people, is as dangerous to Hawaiian nationality, as it is useless in promoting the general education of the people...if we wish to preserve the Kingdom of Hawaii for Hawaiians, and to educate our people, we must insist that the Hawaiian language shall be the language of all our National Schools, and the English shall be taught whenever practicable, but only, as an important branch of Hawaiian education."

Mataio Kekūanaoʻa , President of the Board of Education in his report to the board. (1864)

Concept: ʻĀina-based Education

ʻĀina-Based Education in practice

ʻĀina-Based Education: Books and Articles

Hawaiʻi Initiatives towards ʻĀina-Based Education

Indigenous Models of Education

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