Northwest Leadership Involvement in Education Reform - Session 2

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  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Get employers/supervisors together to clarify some things – with past grant & part of new one, have not had a chance to do thatNew staff – Vid will be taking over for the most part this aspect of the AANAPISI program
  • Northwest Leadership Involvement in Education Reform - Session 2

    1. 1. Leadership Involvement inEducation ReformVidalino Raatior, M.A.Director, Pacific Islander Student CenterUniversity of Hawaii at Hilo
    2. 2. Agenda1) Grassroots Leadership2) Met NGO?• Vision• Mission• Beliefs• Strategies3) Next Step
    3. 3. Grassroots Leadership 1) Community-based [rhoolap] 2) Coalition-building [rhuulap] 3) Action-oriented [amwakut]
    4. 4. Met NGO? NGO = Non Governmental Organization Origin - United Nations Legally registered but independent from government Created to address particular community needs Fully or partially funded by government funds Not political party, Not for profit 40,000 registered international NGOs 3.3 million NGOs in India (poorest country)
    5. 5. How NGO works IndividualVolunteers Educate Donations Develop NGO EmpowerCorporate Aware Govt Gifts Funding
    6. 6. Northwest Center & NGO Weito Pafeng NW Pattiw NGO
    7. 7. Proposed Fanapi NGO Staffing Board of CEO Directors Council of Director of Advisors Operations Education Health Community Economic Services Services Development DevelopmentCoordinator Coordinator Coordinator Coordinator
    8. 8. Why NGO?Vision [Onotan / Alikon] Improved schools Merherekanchang
    9. 9. Why NGO?Mission [Itelap]
    10. 10. Why NGO?Beliefs [ArhLukuluk]
    11. 11. Why NGO?Strategies [Amwakut]
    12. 12. Proposed Northwest Unified SchoolsCouncil of Advisors Director of Education Pattiw Pafeng Weito Coordinator Coordinator Coordinator
    13. 13. Fanapi Center www.fanapi.org • Northwest Unified Schools • Scholarships EDUCATION • Teacher Training • Personnel & Payroll • Health Clinic HEALTH • Health Aid training • Fanapi Store DEVELOP MENT • Fanapi Taxis • Job Training
    14. 14. NorthwestUnified SchoolsOur next steps?1) Educational Mission & Vision2) Curriculum3) Academic Calendar
    15. 15. Northwest Unified Schools Pattiw Weito Pafeng

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