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Ho‘ona‘auao (Education): To maximize choices of life and work, Native Hawaiians will gain knowledge and excel in educational opportunities at all levels.

The means in which many Americans improve their economic situation and increase their income is through education. Traditionally, greater educational attainment results in greater economic prospects and consequently greater income possibilities. Education also drives one’s ability to access medical care, social services and one’s participation in the political process. In Hawai‘i, educational attainment varies greatly within and across racial groups and is strongly influenced by several factors such as culture, environment, and economics. Historically, racial groups at the top of the economic ladder enjoy a comparative advantage over other groups and generally achieve high education levels. Other groups fall behind in their quest for educational achievement and traditionally constitute the most disadvantaged segments of the population. The question that arises here is how to prevent racial groups from becoming educationally and economically disadvantaged. One way would be by focusing the attention of parents, educators, planners, economists, and lawmakers on the urgency of removing obstacles to educational achievement. Statistics play a key role in drawing this focus by providing background information to 1) monitor educational achievement, and 2) quantify the relationship between educational factors and economic performance. Chapter Four of the Native Hawaiian Data Book provides an overall view of the existing education system in Hawai‘i and how Native Hawaiians participate and benefit from this system. This chapter provides statistics on school enrollment and completion within and across geographic boundaries and racial groups, with particular emphasis on environmental, cultural, and economic factors determining education outcomes

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Education Profile Table 4.01 Ethnicity

Ethnicity of Students in Public Schools in Hawai‘i: 2002-03 to 2009-10. 2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

AfricanAmerican

2.4%

2.4%

2.4%

2.4%

2.3%

2.3%

2.3%

2.3%

Caucasian

14.4%

14.2%

15.6%

13.6%

15.0%

14.7%

14.4%

14.4%

Chinese

3.2%

3.2%

3.2%

3.2%

3.2%

3.2%

3.1%

3.1%

Filipino

20.1%

20.3%

20.3%

20.4%

20.5%

20.5%

20.5%

20.5%

Native Hawaiian

26.0%

26.1%

26.5%

26.9%

27.3%

27.6%

27.7%

27.7%

Hispanic

4.6%

4.5%

2.8%

3.0%

3.0%

3.2%

3.3%

3.3%

Japanese

11.0%

10.7%

10.2%

9.8%

9.5%

9.2%

8.9%

8.6%

Korean

1.4%

1.4%

1.4%

1.3%

1.3%

1.3%

1.2%

1.2%

Native American

0.5%

0.5%

0.6%

0.6%

0.6%

0.6%

0.6%

0.6%

Samoan

3.6%

3.6%

3.5%

3.5%

3.5%

3.4%

3.4%

3.4%

Other

12.8%

13.2%

13.5%

15.3%

13.8%

13.9%

14.5%

15.0%

Total

182,798

182,434

181,897

181,406

179,234

178,369

177,871

178,649

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

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Japanese 8.6%

Native Hawaiian 27.7%

Caucasian 14.4%

Filipino 20.5%

Chinese 3.1%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu). Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

Hispanic 3.3%

1.2%

Native American 0.6% Korean

Samoan 3.4%

Other 15.0%

African-American 2.3%

Figure 4.01 Ethnicity of Students in Public Schools in Hawaiÿi: SY 200910

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Education Profile Table 4.02 School Year

Public School Expenditure per Pupil: 1990-91 to 2005-06 Utah

State of Hawai‘i

New Jersey

US Average

Hawai‘i Difference from US Average Dollars ($)

%

2005-06

$5,464

$9,876

$14,954

$9,154

$722

7.9%

2004-05

$5,216

$8,997

$14,117

$8,701

$296

3.4%

2003-04

$4,991

$8,533

$13,338

$8,310

$223

2.7%

2002-03

$4,838

$8,100

$12,568

$8,011

$89

1.1%

2001-02

$4,900

$7,306

$11,793

$7,727

-$421

-5.4%

2000-01

$4,674

$6,596

$11,248

$7,380

-$784

-10.6%

1999-00

$4,378

$6,530

$10,337

$6,912

-$382

-5.5%

1998-99

$4,210

$6,081

$10,145

$6,508

-$427

-6.6%

1997-98

$3,969

$5,858

$9,643

$6,189

-$331

-5.3%

1996-97

$3,783

$5,633

$9,588

$5,923

-$290

-4.9%

1995-96

$3,604

$5,560

$9,361

$5,689

-$129

-2.3%

1994-95

$3,409

$5,597

$9,178

$5,529

$68

1.2%

1993-94

$3,206

$5,533

$9,075

$5,327

$206

3.9%

1992-93

$2,967

$5,332

$8,770

$5,160

$172

3.3%

1991-92

$2,841

$5,062

$8,705

$5,015

$47

0.9%

1990-91

$2,767

$4,820

$8,166

$4,902

-$82

-1.7%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

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Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

Continental United States 7,178 30%

State of Hawaiÿi 16,864 70%

Figure 4.44: Hawaiian Language Spoken at Home: 200608

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Education Profile Table 4.03

Public School Four year Graduation and Dropout Rates in Hawai‘i: 1998-99 to 2006-07.

9th Grade School Year

4th Year

Graduation Rate a

Dropout Rate b

Others c

1998-99

2001-02

78.9%

14.8%

6.3%

1999-00

2002-03

79.8%

14.3%

5.9%

2000-01

2003-04

79.8%

15.1%

5.1%

2001-02

2004-05

79.5%

14.9%

5.6%

2002-03

2005-06

79.2%

15.7%

5.1%

2003-04

2006-07

78.9%

16.5%

4.6%

2004-05

2007-08

79.9%

16.0%

4.1%

2005-06

2008-09

79.9%

15.6%

4.5%

2006-07

2009-10

79.3%

16.6%

4.1%

4-year Dropout Rate: Percent of high school students who enter 9th grade at a school, do not return to the same school, and are either officially exited as a “drop-out” or whose exit status is undetermined. Note: In school year 2004-05 a new reporting system for dropouts began resulting in figures that are non-comparable to past years’ figures. Graduation On-Time: Percent of high school students who complete high school within four years of their 9th grade entry date. Note. Hawaii’s current target is 80%. Others: percent of high school completers who received a special education certificate of completion in lieu of a diploma and students who have been attending school but did not graduate in the four-year time frame

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu)

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0.0%

10.0%

20.0%

30.0%

40.0%

50.0%

60.0%

70.0%

80.0%

90.0%

1999-00

14.3%

79.8%

2000-01

15.1%

79.8%

15.7%

79.2%

2003-04

16.5%

78.9%

Dropout Rate

School Year

2002-03

Graduation Rate

2001-02

14.9%

79.5%

2004-05

16.0%

79.9%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent's Annual Report. (Honolulu).

1998-99

14.8%

78.9%

2005-06

15.6%

79.9%

Figure 4.03: Public School Four Year Graduation and Dropout Rates in Hawaiÿi: 1998-99 to 2006-07

2006-07

16.6%

79.3%

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5,886

4,993

3,642

2,804

3,994

4,264

5,824

2005-06

2004-05

2003-04

2002-03

2001-02

2000-01

1999-00

% 3.3%

3.2%

2.3%

2.2%

1.5%

2.0%

2.8%

3.3%

3.3%

3.6%

22,728

20,993

20,359

22,563

20,907

21,192

2003-04

2002-03

2001-02

2000-01

1999-00

22,098

2006-07

22,262

21,922

2007-08

2005-06

23,321

2008-09

2004-05

24,096

2009-10

Headcount

11.5%

11.4%

12.3%

11.1%

11.7%

12.2%

12.5%

12.4%

12.2%

13.0%

13.4%

%

%

90,436

90,670

89,280

89,188

87,054

87,556

88,212

88,104

88,540

85,088

82,365

Headcount

5.0%

5.1%

4.5%

4.1%

5.5%

5.4%

5.4%

5.2%

5.2%

4.8%

4.5%

49.3%

49.4%

48.6%

48.8%

48.4%

48.1%

48.6%

49.3%

49.4%

47.6%

45.9%

%

No Special Needs

9,138

9,429

8,273

7,529

9,977

9,673

9,728

9,381

9,395

8,661

8,069

Headcount

Special Education

183,602

183,692

182,591

182,700

179,810

181,941

181,333

178,701

179,060

178,745

179,612

Total

57,012

58,422

56,891

61,974

56,765

55,376

53,530

52,033

51,749

54,744

58,893

Headcount

31.1%

31.8%

31.0%

33.9%

31.6%

30.4%

29.5%

29.1%

28.9%

30.6%

32.8%

%

Economically Disadvantaged Section 504

(N)

(N)

1,590

846

1,379

2,081

1,195

1,133

1,052

991

922

Headcount

Public School Special Needs Students in Hawai‘i: 1999-00 to 2008-09.

2.9%

Multiple Special Needs

5,952

2006-07

School Year

5,940

6,402

2008-09

2007-08

5,267

Headcount

English as a Second Language

2009-10

School Year

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%

(N)

(N)

0.9%

0.5%

0.8%

1.1%

0.7%

0.6%

0.6%

0.6%

0.5%

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Economically Disadvantaged 58,893 33%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

English as a Second Language 5,267 3% Special Education 8,069 4%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent's Annual Report. (Honolulu).

Section 504 922 0.5%

Multiple Special Needs 24,096 13%

No Special Needs 82,365 46%

Figure 4.04 Public School Special Needs in Hawai‘i : SY 2009-10

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14.2%

0.4%

0.0%

1.0%

11,146

14.8%

0.4%

0.0%

1.0%

35.3%

0.3%

10.4%

5.8%

4.6%

26.7%

0.7%

2004-05

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

10,973

Classroom Teachers

0.4%

Samoan 12.9%

0.0%

Native American

Other

0.9%

Korean

0.3%

0.2% 37.7%

Hispanic

Japanese

35.5%

10.2%

5.9%

4.7%

27.2%

0.5%

2003-04

10.4%

6.0%

Filipino

Native Hawaiian

5.1%

25.9%

0.6%

2002-03

11,226

17.0%

0.4%

0.0%

0.9%

31.2%

0.3%

9.9%

5.4%

4.2%

29.9%

0.8%

2005-06

11,270

22.4%

0.3%

0.0%

0.9%

30.7%

0.3%

9.9%

6.0%

4.2%

24.8%

0.5%

2006-07

11,396

27.4%

0.3%

0.0%

0.8%

28.9%

0.2%

9.4%

5.7%

3.9%

22.8%

0.4%

2007-08

11,294

30.9%

0.3%

0.0%

0.7%

27.8%

0.2%

9.2%

5.5%

3.8%

21.2%

0.4%

2008-09

Race/Ethnicity of Public School Classroom Teachers in Hawaiÿi: 2002-03 to 2009-10.

Chinese

Caucasian

African-American

Ethnicity

Table 4.05

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11,262

32.7%

0.3%

0.0%

0.8%

27.2%

0.2%

9.0%

5.4%

3.6%

20.3%

0.4%

2009-10

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Japanese 27.2%

Hispanic 0.2%

Native Hawaiian 9.0%

Filipino 5.4%

Chinese 3.6%

Caucasian 20.3%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu). Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent's Annual Report. (Honolulu).

Native American 0.0% Korean 0.8%

Samoan 0.3%

Other 32.7%

African-American 0.4%

Figure 4.05 Race/Ethnicity of Public School Clsddroom Teachers in Hawaiÿi: SY 2009-10

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2,956

2,754

2,710

3,412

2,857

3,022

3,350

3,528

3,375

3,224

2,541

1999-00

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2,879

1998-99

2000-01

3,086

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2,624

2,766

2,894

2,762

2,565

2,594

2,837

1,820

1,531

1,631

1,644

1,720

819

993

1,022

1,172

867

858

775

853

731

841

918

968

898

Incidents

771

912

952

1,077

820

797

723

790

535

537

610

631

563

Students

Property

1,357

1,668

1,462

1,546

1,604

1,821

1,854

2,246

1,958

2,538

2,826

3,494

4,273

Incidents

1,257

1,514

1,331

1,386

1,440

1,603

1,616

1,804

1,356

1,435

1,597

1,984

2,124

Students

Illicit Substances

494

833

745

1,092

722

723

619

571

423

0

1

4

28

0

1

4

15

428

703

625

870

597

564

527

479

260

Students

Attendance Incidents

Chapter 19 Charges in Public Schools by Type of Incident: 1997-98 to 2009-10. Students

Violence

1997-98

School Year

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7,647

7,999

2004-05

2005-06

Students

Other

4,789

5,669

5,783

6,330

5,920

5,707

5,456

6,764

4,979

6,473

6,851

7,584

7,947

Conduct (B02), Gambling (B03), False Alarm (B17), Insubordination (C02), Laser Pen or Pointer (C06), Other Prohibited Conduct (D02)

Order Disorderly

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

Incident rate per 1,000 enrolled students.

Class Cutting (C01), Leaving Campus without Permission (C03)

Attendance

a

Marijuana or Concentrate (A21), Drug Paraphernalia (A23), Alcohol Use or Possession (A24), Smoking/Tobacco Substances (C04), Contraband (D01), Illicit Substances (A22)

Property Damage (A10), Burglary (A14), Theft (B09), Trespassing (B10)

Illicit Substances

Property

64.3

81.4

81.7

90.2

80.2

77.4

74.4

93.8

72.7

95.3

104.2

111.2

119.7

Incident rate a

Assault (A01), Extortion (A07), Robbery (A11), Sexual Offenses (A12), Terroristic Threatening (A13), Dangerous Weapons (A15), Firearms (A16), Harassment (B04)

11,496

14,485

14,580

16,166

14,542

14,071

13,570

17,146

13,345

17,489

19,281

20,836

22,653

Total Incidents

Violence

178,649

177,871

178,369

179,234

181,406

181,897

182,434

182,798

183,629

183,520

185,036

187,395

189,281

Enrollment

Charges Included

7,879

9,383

9,475

9,999

9,580

9,297

9,024

10,169

8,950

9,976

10,690

11,847

12,352

Total Students

Category

Safety Categories Derived from Suspension Charges

6,285

7,465

2003-04

2009-10

10,064

2002-03

7,767

7,523

2001-02

2008-09

11,356

2000-01

8,828

12,580

1999-00

7,976

13,491

1998-99

2006-07

14,368

1997-98

2007-08

Incidents

School Year

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Education Profile Table 4.07 School Year

Enrollment in Public Charter Schools in Hawai‘i: 1994-95 to 2009-10. Number of Public Charter Schools

Public Charter School Enrollment

1994-95

2

708

1995-96

2

746

1996-97

2

844

1997-98

2

808

1998-99

2

835

1999-00

2

784

2000-01

6

1,341

2001-02

22

3,066

2002-03

25

3,350

2003-04

26

4,502

2004-05

27

5,167

2005-06

27

5,596

2006-07

27

5,678

2007-08

28

6,003

2008-09

31

7,373

2009-10

31

7,819

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu). In the 1994 legislative session, Act 272 authorized the creation of charter schools in Hawai‘i. The Act made it possible to convert existing schools in the Department of Education (DOE) to “student centered” schools. Five years later, in 1999, the Hawai‘i State Legislature amended the charter school law to permit new charter schools and changed their designation from “student-centered” to “New Century” schools. The Hawai‘i’s charter schools (conversion schools, start-up schools, schools-within-schools) are publically funded and open to all students. The direction of each school is determined by a Local School Board. The Board is an autonomous governing body and is responsible for the creation, governing and facilitating the academic program as well as maintaining financial oversight of the school. The schools provide a public alternative to the regular public school system. Some schools choose to have a specialized mission, such as having a science and math concentration, while others have a Hawaiian culture focus. Many of the charter schools follow a Hawaiian or Hawaiian immersion program.

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Figure 4.07a: Charter and Non-Charter School Enrollment in Hawaii: SY 2009-10

Charter School Enrollement 7,819 4.4%

Non Charter School Enrollment 170,830 95.6%

Figure 4.07b: Enrollment in Public Charter Schools in Hawaiÿi: SY 1994-95 to 2009-10 9,000 8,000 7,000

Enrollment

6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0

School Year

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Molokaÿi

Hawai‘i

Island

Table 4.08

1-8 K-10 JK-12 7-12 K-8 K-6 K-3, 6-12 K-8 6-8 K-6 6-12

Innovations PCS

Ka ÿUmeke Kaÿeo PCS l

Kanu ÿO ka ‘Äina New Century PCS

Ke Ana Laÿahana PCS

Ke Kula ÿO Näwahïokalaniÿöpuÿu Iki PCS

Kona Pacific PCS

Kua O Ka La PCS

Volcano School of Arts & Sciences: A Public Charter School

Waimea Middle Public Conversion Charter School

Waters of Life New Century PCS l

West Hawai‘i Explorations Academy PCS

PreK-6

K-12

Hawai‘i Academy of Arts & Science PCS

Kualapuÿu Elementary New Century PCS

K-12

Grades Enrolled

Connections New Century PCS

Public Charter Schools (PCS) in Hawai‘i

399

196

89

268

165

142

157

214

73

221

265

185

471

368

Enrollment

School Focus

Hawaiian Partial Immersion

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning, Educational Research, STEM*, Sciences

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning, Educational Research, Sciences

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Sciences

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian

Hawaiian Immersion

Hawaiian

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning, Educational Research

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Hawaiian Immersion, Project Base Learning

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Project Base Learning

Arts, Project Base Learning, STEM*, Sciences

 

Public Charter Schools in Hawai‘i: 2009-10.

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K-8

Ka Waihona ‘O ka Naÿauao: New Century Public Charter School

K-5

K-12

Hälau Lökahi New Century PCS

Waiÿalae Elementary PCS

6-12

Hälau Kü Mana New Century PCS

K-8

4.12

Hakipuÿu Learning Center a Hawai’i PCS

Voyager A Public Charter School

K-12

Education Laboratory a Hawai’i New Century PCS

JK-6

K-12

Kïhei PCS

Lanikai Elementary PCS

K-12

Kula Aupuni Niÿihau A Kahelelani Aloha PCS

K-12

K-12

Ke Kula Niÿihau O Kekaha Learning Center PCS

Ke Kula ÿO Samuel M. Kamakau Laboratory PCS

K-12

Kawaikini New Century PCS

K-9

K-12

Kanuikapono Learning Center PCS

Kamaile Academy PCS

K-12

K-12

Grades Enrolled

Myron B. Thompson Academy: A Public Charter School

Hawai‘i Technology Academy PCS

Public Charter Schools in Hawai‘i

Source: Hawai‘i State Department of Education. Hawai‘i Charter School Administrative Office.

* STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Oÿahu

Maui

Kauaÿi

Statewide

Island

426

241

348

136

922

571

244

66

67

445

529

43

37

106

110

507

1007

Enrollment

Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning, Educational Research, Sciences

 

 

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Hawaiian Immersion

 

Hawaiian

Hawaiian

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Project Base Learning

Educational Research

Environmental Stewardship, Project Base Learning, STEM*

Hawaiian Bilingual

Hawaiian, Hawaiian Bilingual

Hawaiian Immersion

Environmental Stewardship, Hawaiian, Hawaiian Bilingual, Project Base Learning

Hybrid / Virtual Learning, Educational Research, STEM*

Hybrid/ Virtual Learning, STEM*

School Focus

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Education Profile Table 4.9 District

Private School Student Enrollment in Hawai‘i: SY 2009-10. Number of Schools

Oÿahu

Grade Pre School

K

1

2

3

4

5

6

75

2,798

2,007

1,894

1,637

1,674

1,834

1,853

2,122

42

1,284

1,052

1,027

900

952

1,078

1,097

1,372

 

0

80

80

80

80

144

144

144

Central

11

731

274

242

213

216

186

194

190

Leeward

11

351

300

250

206

212

213

186

180

Windward

11

432

301

295

238

214

213

232

236

Hawai‘i

17

338

234

215

183

179

200

190

279

Maui

Honolulu Kamehameha

18

456

249

254

210

205

215

208

309

Kauaÿi

7

87

61

65

61

72

69

68

79

Molokaÿi

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

13

9

Total Regular Private Schools

119

3,679

2,551

2,428

2,091

2,130

2,318

2,332

2,798

Special Schools

3

0

2

11

17

27

39

48

45

122

3,679

2,553

2,439

2,108

2,157

2,357

2,380

2,843

10

11

12

Total Private Schools

District Oÿahu

Grade 7

8

9

Total

2,665

2,821

3,079

2,946

2,830

2,892

29,860

1,719

1,905

2,330

2,265

2,174

2,247

21,402

320

320

450

450

450

450

3,192

Central

201

168

73

63

57

55

2,863

Leeward

214

200

116

95

85

69

2,677

Windward

211

228

110

73

64

71

2,918

Hawai‘i

277

262

323

309

337

313

3,639

Maui

297

303

254

242

248

240

3,690

Honolulu Kamehameha

Kauaÿi

64

81

40

32

41

30

850

Molokaÿi

20

18

6

1

4

7

78

Total Regular Private Schools

3,323

3,485

3,702

3,530

3,460

3,482

38,117

Special Schools

49

63

28

25

27

26

407

3,372

3,548

3,730

3,555

3,487

3,508

38,524

Total Private Schools

Source: Hawai‘i Council of Private Schools. Private School Enrollment Report 2009-2010. (Honolulu)

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Private School Enrollment by Type of School in Hawai‘i: 2009-10.

Education Profile Student Enrollment District

Table 4.10

Private School Enrollment by Type of School in Hawai‘i: 2009-10. District

Private Non-Catholic Schools

Oÿahu Oÿahu Honolulu Honolulu Central Kamehameha Leeward Central Windward Leeward Hawai‘i Windward Maui Maui Kauaÿi Kauaÿi Molokaÿi Molokaÿi

Private Catholic Student Enrollment Schools

Private Non-Catholic Schools

25,241 19,864 1,668 1,809 1,900 3,639 3,056 544 78

Total Regular Private Schools Total Regular Private Schools

78

4,619 1,538 1195 868 1018 0 634 306 0

32,558

32,558

5,559

5,559

407

407

0

0

32,965

32,965

5,559

5,559

Special Schools Special Schools Total Private Schools Total Private Schools

Private Catholic Schools

25,241 19,864 1,668 1,809 1,900 3,639 3,056 544

4,619 1,538 1195 868 1018 0 634 306 0

Source: Hawai‘i Council of PrivateSchools. Schools. Private School Enrollment Report 2009‐10. (Honolulu) Source: Hawai‘i Council of Private Private School Enrollment Report 200910. (Honolulu)

Figure 4.10: Private School Enrollment by Type of School in Hawaiÿi: 2009-10

Private  Catholic  Schools 5,559 14%

Private Non‐Catholic  Schools 32,965 86%

Source: Hawai‘i Council of Private Schools. Private School Enrollment Report 200910. (Honolulu). Source: Hawai‘i Council of Private Schools. Private School Enrollment Report 2009-10. (Honolulu).

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School Enrollment Table 4.11 School Year

School Enrollment in Hawai‘i: School Years 1986-87 to 2009-10. All Students

State Public School Native Hawaiian

All Students

Private Schools

1986-87

201,051

36,330

164,503

81.8%

36,548

22.2%

1987-88

202,381

36,900

166,202

82.1%

36,179

21.8%

1988-89

202,782

37,724

167,323

82.5%

35,459

21.2%

1989-90

202,641

38,459

169,193

83.5%

33,448

19.8%

1990-91

204,640

39,266

171,056

83.6%

33,584

19.6%

1991-92

207,538

40,572

174,249

84.0%

33,289

19.1%

1992-93

210,031

41,477

176,923

84.2%

33,108

18.7%

1993-94

213,453

42,248

179,876

84.3%

33,577

18.7%

1994-95

216,698

43,633

183,164

84.5%

33,534

18.3%

1995-96

— 

45,325

186,581

— 

no data

— 

1996-97

221,035

46,862

188,485

85.3%

32550

17.3%

1997-98

221,847

47,435

189,281

85.3%

32,566

14.7%

1998-99

219,753

47,538

187,395

85.3%

32,358

14.7%

1999-00

218,098

47,989

185,036

84.8%

33,062

15.2%

2000-01

217,214

48,078

183,520

84.5%

33,694

18.4%

2001-02

216,855

47,325

183,629

84.7%

33,226

18.1%

2002-03

217,613

47,721

182,798

84.0%

34,815

19.0%

2003-04

217,432

47,734

182,434

83.9%

34,998

19.2%

2004-05

217,878

47,937

181,897

83.5%

35,981

19.8%

2005-06

216,542

48,996

181,406

83.8%

35,136

19.4%

2006-07

214,641

48,833

179,234

83.5%

35,407

16.5%

2007-08

214,497

49,575

178,369

83.2%

36,128

16.8%

2008-09

213,586

49,650

177,871

83.3%

35,715

16.7%

2009-10

217,173

49,869

178,649

82.3%

38,524

17.7%

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

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Figure 4.11a: Public and Private Schools Students: SY 2009-10 Private School Students 38,524 18%

Public School Students 178,649 82%

Figure 4.11b: Public and Private Schools Enrollement: 19862010. 200,000 180,000 160,000 140,000 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0

Native Hawaiian Public School

Public School Students

Private School Students

Source: Hawai‘i State, Department of Education. Superintendent’s Annual Report. (Honolulu).

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School Enrollment Table 4.12

Grade

Elementary School

Intermediate/ Middle School

High School

Multi-Level School

Native Hawaiian Students in the Hawai‘i Public School System by Grade and District: SY 2008­2009. Native Hawaiian

School District

Students

%

Non Hawaiian Students

%

Total Enrollment

Honolulu District

2,320

15.3%

12,858

84.7%

15,178

Central District

2,580

14.5%

15,156

85.5%

17,736

Leeward District

6,068

28.9%

14,924

71.1%

20,992

Windward District

3,511

41.2%

5,020

58.8%

8,531

Hawai‘i District

4,671

45.1%

5,684

54.9%

10,355

Maui District

2,887

30.5%

6,568

69.5%

9,455

Kaua‘i District

1,593

36.2%

2,806

63.8%

4,399

Honolulu District

869

13.4%

5,633

86.6%

6,502

Central District

812

14.6%

4,767

85.4%

5,579

1,542

26.1%

4,355

73.9%

5,897

512

38.8%

807

61.2%

1,319

1,279

36.7%

2,206

63.3%

3,485

Maui District

986

24.4%

3,048

75.6%

4,034

Kaua‘i District

646

32.6%

1,335

67.4%

1,981

Leeward District Windward District Hawai‘i District

Honolulu District

1,163

13.0%

7,809

87.0%

8,972

Central District

1,265

14.5%

7,469

85.5%

8,734

Leeward District

2,697

25.1%

8,037

74.9%

10,734

Windward District

1,370

41.8%

1,904

58.2%

3,274

Hawai‘i District

2,067

34.3%

3,959

65.7%

6,026

Maui District

1,580

26.9%

4,302

73.1%

5,882

Kaua‘i District

899

30.6%

2,038

69.4%

2,937

Honolulu District

328

77.4%

96

22.6%

424

Central District

173

27.9%

448

72.1%

621

Leeward District

722

71.6%

287

28.4%

1,009

Windward District

1,068

46.6%

1,226

53.4%

2,294

Hawai‘i District

1,564

38.7%

2,479

61.3%

4,043

426

46.4%

493

53.6%

919

17

94.4%

1

5.6%

18

45,615

26.6%

125,715

73.4%

171,330

Maui District Kaua‘i District Total

 

Note: Does not include Public Charter Schools (PCS). Public charter schools are not included in the SSIR.

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu).

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Figure 4.12a Native Hawaiian Students in Hawaiÿi Public Elementary School by District: 2008-09 2,806

Kaua‘i District

1,593 6,568

Elementary School

Maui District

2,887 5,684 4,671

Hawai‘i District

5,020

Windward District

3,511 14,924

Leeward District

6,068 15,156

Central District

2,580 12,858

Honolulu District

2,320 0

2,000

4,000

6,000

Non Hawaiian Students

8,000

10,000

12,000

14,000

16,000

Native Hawaiian Students

Figure 4.12b Native Hawaiian Students in Hawaiÿi Intermediate/Middle School by District: 2008-09 1,335

Intermediate/ Middle School

Kaua‘i District

646 3,048

Maui District

986 2,206

Hawai‘i District

1,279 807

Windward District

512 4,355

Leeward District

1,542 4,767

Central District

812 5,633

Honolulu District

869 0

1,000

2,000

Non Hawaiian Students

3,000

4,000

5,000

6,000

Native Hawaiian Students

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report

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Figure 4.12c Native Hawaiian Students in Hawaiÿi Public High School by District: 2008-09 2,038

Kaua‘i District

899 4,302

High School

Maui District

1,580 3,959

Hawai‘i District

2,067 1,904 1,370

Windward District

8,037

Leeward District

2,697 7,469

Central District

1,265 7,809

Honolulu District

1,163 0

1,000

2,000

3,000

Non Hawaiian Students

4,000

5,000

6,000

7,000

8,000

9,000

Native Hawaiian Students

Figure 4.12d Native Hawaiian Students in Hawaiÿi Public MultiLevel Schools by District: 2008-09 1 17

Kaua‘i District

493 426

Multi‐Level Schoolls

Maui District

2,479

Hawai‘i District

1,564 1,226 1,068

Windward District 287

Leeward District

722 448

Central District

173 96

Honolulu District

328 0

500

1,000

Non Hawaiian Students

1,500

2,000

2,500

3,000

Native Hawaiian Students

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report

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Figure 4.12e Native Hawaiian Students in Hawaiÿi Public Charter Schools (Conversion): 2008-09

Non Hawaiian Students 556 50%

Native Hawaiian Students 561 50%

Note: Data applies only to the public schools (3) which were converted into Public Charter Schools (PCS) Source: Hawaiÿi Department of School Education. School Status & Improvement Source: Hawaiÿi State. State. Department of Education. Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu). (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu).

Report

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Moloka‘i

Maui

Länaÿi

Kaua‘i

Hawai‘i

Island

Table 4.13

Molokaÿi complex

Maui complex

Lahainaluna complex

Kekaulike complex

1,158

1,236

540

1,476

292

1,050

Baldwin complex

Häna complex

127

995

Waimea complex

Länaÿi complex

1,069

1,091

Kapaÿa complex

Kauaÿi complex

1,311

Waiäkea complex

76

Laupahoehoe complex 860

969

Konawaena complex

Pähoa complex

349

Kohala complex

1,581

Kealakehe complex

417 1,282

Kaÿu complex

Keaÿau complex

964

1,772

Students

%

47.9%

19.4%

17.9%

37.0%

34.5%

34.2%

22.7%

40.6%

27.9%

35.7%

34.9%

47.1%

36.0%

45.8%

39.3%

34.9%

44.7%

44.4%

36.0%

43.3%

Native Hawaiian Students

Honokaÿa complex

Hilo complex

School Complex

1,259

5,145

2,481

2,518

555

2,020

433

1,457

2,757

1,966

2,450

964

135

1,145

538

2,952

1,585

522

1,715

2,322

Students

%

Non Hawaiian Students

52.1%

80.6%

82.1%

63.0%

65.5%

65.8%

77.3%

59.4%

72.1%

64.3%

65.1%

52.9%

64.0%

54.2%

60.7%

65.1%

55.3%

55.6%

64.0%

56.7%

Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawaiÿi by School Complex: SY 2008-2009.

School Enrollment

2,417

6,381

3,021

3,994

847

3,070

560

2,452

3,826

3,057

3,761

1,824

211

2,114

887

4,533

2,867

939

2,679

4,094

TOTAL

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3,380 796

Waiÿanae complex

Waipahu complex 45,615

442

 

1,503

295

Radford complex

Waialua complex

1,398

Pearl City complex

Roosevelt complex

1,757

Nänäkuli complex

1,492

Mililani complex 566

558

McKinley complex

Moanalua complex

1,231

Leilehua complex

829

Kaläheo complex 469

552

Kaiser complex

1,879

672

Kaimukï complex

Kapolei complex

1,730

Kailua complex

Kalani complex

1,436

Kahuku complex

926

2,466

Castle complex

Farrington complex

1,819

804

Students

%

26.6%

9.4%

60.7%

33.3%

24.9%

4.9%

21.3%

73.7%

11.3%

18.4%

12.1%

15.8%

30.2%

11.8%

22.7%

15.9%

13.8%

55.6%

40.9%

11.5%

47.9%

19.3%

18.5%

Native Hawaiian Students

Campbell complex

ÿAiea complex

School Complex

125,715

7,687

2,188

886

4,539

5,787

5,168

628

4,464

6,598

4,068

6,571

4,343

3,514

2,819

2,927

4,198

1,380

2,078

7,150

2,680

7,589

3,534

Students

%

73.4%

90.6%

39.3%

66.7%

75.1%

95.1%

78.7%

26.3%

88.7%

81.6%

87.9%

84.2%

69.8%

88.2%

77.3%

84.1%

86.2%

44.4%

59.1%

88.5%

52.1%

80.7%

81.5%

Non Hawaiian Students

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008-2009 (Honolulu)

Note: Does not include Public Charter Schools (PCS). Public charter schools are not included in the SSIR.

Total

O‘ahu

Island

TOTAL

171,330

8,483

5,568

1,328

6,042

6,082

6,566

2,385

5,030

8,090

4,626

7,802

6,222

3,983

3,648

3,479

4,870

3,110

3,514

8,076

5,146

9,408

4,338

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Figure 4.13: Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public Schools by School Complex: SY 2008-09 Molokaÿi complex

48%

52%

Maui complex

19%

81%

Lahainaluna complex

18%

82%

Kekaulike complex

37%

63%

Häna complex

34%

66%

Baldwin complex

34%

66%

Länaÿi complex

23%

77%

Waimea complex

41%

59%

Kauaÿi complex

28%

72%

Kapaÿa complex

36%

64%

Waiäkea complex

35%

65%

Pähoa complex

47%

53%

Laupahoehoe complex

36%

64%

Konawaena complex

46%

54%

Kohala complex

39%

61%

Kealakehe complex

35%

65%

Keaÿau complex

45%

55%

Kaÿu complex

44%

56%

Honokaÿa complex

36%

64%

Hilo complex

43%

57%

Native Hawaiian Students

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Figure 4.13: Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public Schools by School Complex: SY 2008-09 Waipahu complex

9%

91%

Waiÿanae complex

61%

39%

Waialua complex

33%

67%

Roosevelt complex

25%

75%

5%

95%

Pearl City complex

21%

79%

Nänäkuli complex

74%

26%

Moanalua complex

11%

89%

Mililani complex

18%

82%

McKinley complex

12%

88%

Leilehua complex

16%

84%

Kapolei complex

30%

70%

Kalani complex

12%

88%

Kaläheo complex

23%

77%

Kaiser complex

16%

84%

Kaimukï complex

14%

86%

Kailua complex

56%

44%

Kahuku complex

41%

59%

Farrington complex

11%

89%

Castle complex

48%

52%

Campbell complex

19%

81%

ÿAiea complex

19%

81%

Radford complex

Native Hawaiian Students

Non Hawaiian Students

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School Enrollment Table 4.14

Island

Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawai‘i By School District: SY 2008‐2009. District

Native Hawaiian Students Students

O‘ahu

%

Non Hawaiian Students Students

TOTAL

%

Central District

4,830

14.8%

27,840

85.2%

32,670

Honolulu District

4,680

15.1%

26,396

84.9%

31,076

Leeward District

11,029

28.5%

27,603

71.5%

38,632

Windward District

6,461

41.9%

8,957

58.1%

15,418

Hawai‘i

Hawai‘i District

9,581

40.1%

14,328

59.9%

23,909

Kaua‘i

Kaua‘i District

3,155

33.8%

6,180

66.2%

9,335

Maui

Maui District

5,879

29.0%

14,411

71.0%

20,290

45,615

26.6%

125,715

73.4%

171,330

Total

Note: Does not include Public Charter Schools (PCS). Public charter schools are not included in the SSIR.

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008-2009 (Honolulu)

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Figure 4.14a Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public Schools by School District: SY 2008-09 TOTAL

45,615

125,715

Maui District

5,879

14,411

Kaua‘i District

3,155

6,180

Hawai‘i District

9,581

14,328

Windward District

6,461

8,957

Leeward District

11,029

27,603

Honolulu District

4,680

26,396

Central District

4,830

27,840 Native Hawaiian Students

Non Hawaiian Students

Figure 4.14b Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public Schools by School District: SY 2008-09 TOTAL

26.6%

73.4%

Maui District

29.0%

71.0%

Kaua‘i District

33.8%

66.2%

Hawai‘i District

40.1%

59.9%

Windward District

41.9%

58.1%

Leeward District

28.5%

71.5%

Honolulu District

15.1%

84.9%

Central District

14.8%

85.2% Native Hawaiian Students

Non Hawaiian Students

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu). Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement

(SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu).

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Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawaiÿi by Grade Level: School Year 2008-2009.

GRADE LEVEL

Native Hawaiian Students Students

%

Non Hawaiian Students Students

%

TOTAL

Elementary School

23,630

27.3%

63,016

72.7%

86,646

Intermediate/Middle

6,646

23.1%

22,151

76.9%

28,797

11,041

23.7%

35,518

76.3%

46,559

High School Multi-Level School Total

4,298

46.1%

5,030

53.9%

9,328

45,615

26.6%

125,715

73.4%

171,330

Note: Does not include Public Charter Schools (PCS). Public charter schools are not included in the SSIR.

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008-2009 (Honolulu)

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Figure 4.15a Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School by Grade Level: SY 2008-09 TOTAL

45,615

125,715

High School

11,041

35,518

6,646

22,151

Elementary School

23,630

63,016

Multi-Level School

4,298

5,030

Intermediate/Middle

Native Hawaiian Students

Non Hawaiian Students

Figure 4.15b Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School by Grade Level: SY 2008-09 TOTAL

26.6%

73.4%

High School

23.7%

76.3%

Intermediate/Middle 

23.1%

76.9%

Elementary School

27.3%

72.7%

Multi‐Level School

46.1%

53.9%

Native Hawaiian Students

Non Hawaiian Students

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu).

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School Enrollment Table 4.16

Ethnicity

Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawaiÿi: School Year 2008-2009. Student Enrollment Students

Hawaiian Part-Hawaiian

%

7,696

4.5%

37,919

22.1%

985

0.6%

4,090

2.4%

Native American Black Chinese

5,417

3.2%

Filipino

36,639

21.4%

Japanese

15,413

9.0%

Korean

2,132

1.2%

Portuguese

2,225

1.3%

Hispanic

5,830

3.4%

Samoan

5,896

3.4%

21,423

12.5%

1,714

1.0%

Other

23,951

14.0%

Total

171,330

100.0%

White Indo-Chinese

Student Enrollment

Ethnicity

Students

Native Hawaiian

45,615

26.6%

Non Hawaiian

125,715

73.4%

Total

171,330

100.0%

Note: Does not include Public Charter Schools (PCS). Public charter schools are not included in the SSIR.

Source: Hawaiÿi State. Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008-2009 (Honolulu)

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Table 4.16a Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawaiÿi: School Year 2008-2009.

Native Hawaiian 45,615 27% Non Hawaiian 125,715 73%

Table 4.16b Ethnic Distribution of Students in Public School in Hawaiÿi: School Year 2008-2009. Native American 985 1% Indo‐Chinese 1,714 1%

Black 4,090 2%

Chinese 5,417 3%

Other 23,951 14% Filipino 36,639 21%

White 21,423 13%

Samoan 5,896 4%

Hispanic 5,830 Portuguese 3% 2,225 Korean 1% 2,132 1%

Japanese 15,413 9%

Native Hawaiian 45,615 27%

Source: Hawaiÿi State. of Education. School Status & Improvement Report Source: Hawaiÿi State.Department Department of Education. School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu). (SSIR). 2008–2009 (Honolulu).

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1,048

72

19

California

Colorado

Connecticut

5

7

Minnesota

Mississippi

Continued …

40

58

Michigan

Missouri

22

Massachusetts

4

Maryland

14

Louisiana

0

Kentucky

Maine

71

Kansas

5

41

Indiana

Iowa

17

Illinois

Hawai‘i

18

37

5,439

Georgia

Idaho

130

Florida

26

Arkansas

Delaware

13

132

Arizona

5

Alabama

Alaska

 

8,534

34

0

5

51

22

0

14

0

52

5

37

5

6

2,508

27

87

16

57

474

11

66

2

5

 

4,210

6

7

0

7

0

4

0

0

19

0

4

12

12

2,931

10

43

3

15

574

15

66

11

0

 

4,324

297

129

180

285

157

231

130

146

328

97

283

237

243

48,615

274

718

82

627

10,036

172

902

335

125

 

75,301

Total

282

117

139

258

157

150

100

116

300

96

216

180

238

42,986

274

602

82

579

8,874

169

808

335

114

 

66,925

15

12

41

27

0

81

30

30

28

1

67

57

5

5,629

0

116

0

48

1,162

3

94

0

11

 

8,376

Private school

Public school

Private school

Public school

Total

Enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade 8

143

73

110

230

36

163

52

56

50

36

113

226

86

21,439

140

345

76

200

4,517

83

538

124

73

 

33,932

Total

141

68

110

205

27

136

52

46

50

36

96

191

86

18,207

133

338

70

161

4,227

65

530

110

64

 

29,759

Public school

2

5

0

25

9

27

0

10

0

0

17

35

0

3,232

7

7

6

39

290

18

8

14

9

 

4,173

Private school

Enrolled in Grade 9 to Grade 12

School Enrollment of Native Hawaiians in the United States: 2000.

Enrolled in Nursery School, Preschool

 

United States

Region

Table 4.17

School Enrollment

248

28

158

344

231

91

112

37

82

107

138

269

128

13,030

127

556

53

572

5,386

76

559

73

77

 

28,552

Total

122

20

75

280

94

77

82

22

75

73

81

168

99

9,907

82

359

20

448

4,161

59

418

61

51

 

21,136

Public school

126

8

83

64

137

14

30

15

7

34

57

101

29

3,123

45

197

33

124

1,225

17

141

12

26

 

7,416

Private school

Enrolled in College

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160

Nevada

31

33

South Carolina

South Dakota

Wyoming

16

106

28

68

116

17

0

21

40

17

23

3

138

26

27

59

3

33

22

63

14

34

41

4

12

4

59

10

7

138

2,459

459

658

1,361

152

239

327

915

393

446

429

473

206

208

1,292

77

130

103

2,280

395

650

1,288

127

208

296

832

344

413

361

398

171

208

1,259

73

121 4

9

35

179

64

8

73

25

31

31

83

49

33

68

75

35

0

33

Private school

63

1,108

249

315

617

147

139

246

474

140

165

208

261

91

113

423

75

45

Total

52

1,070

249

297

496

94

129

218

447

138

151

191

229

72

113

413

75

45

Public school

11

38

0

18

121

53

10

28

27

2

14

17

32

19

0

10

0

0

Private school

Enrolled in Grade 9 to Grade 12

110

1,069

238

690

702

156

81

239

677

114

214

240

405

146

157

431

107

48

Total

67

797

201

368

503

73

68

143

529

74

147

197

255

133

89

385

28

48

Public school

43

272

37

322

199

83

13

96

148

40

67

43

150

13

68

46

79

0

Private school

Enrolled in College

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– The population threshold on Summary File 4 is 100. In addition, there must be at least 50 or more unweighted cases of the population group. The requested table is not available for the following geographic area(s) because the population of the selected race or ethnic group, or ancestry group, is less than the threshold(s). Change your selection to a larger geographic area and/or choose a more broadly defined race, ethnic, or ancestry group.

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Wisconsin

West Virginia

244

54

Virginia

Washington

95

175

Vermont

Utah

Texas

20

Rhode Island

Tennessee

43

Pennsylvania

103

Oklahoma

Oregon

57

Ohio

North Dakota

35

64

68

76

New York

North Carolina

13

25

New Mexico

24

28

101

2

18

New Jersey

12

Nebraska

New Hampshire

25

Total

Public school

Private school

Public school

Total

Montana

Region

Enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade 8

Enrolled in Nursery School, Preschool

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Mountian 2,574

West South Central 1,004

West North Central 702

South Atlantic 1,333

Middle Atlantic 801

North Atlantic 284

NORTHEAST 1,085

SOUTH 2,635

East South Central 298

East North Central 1,075

MIDWEST 1,777

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Total Native Hawaiians Attending College on the Continental United States, 2000: 28,552

Pacific 20,235

WEST 22,809

Figure 4.17 Geographic Distribution of Native Hawaiians Attending College, Continential United States: 2000

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Figure 4.17a Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in Nursery School, Preschool: 2000 Continential US Private school 1,393 16% Hawaiÿi Public school 2,508 30%

Continential US Public school 1,702 20%

Hawaiÿi Private school 2,931 34%

Figure 4.17b Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade 8: 2000

Hawaiÿi Private school 5,629 7%

Continential US Public school 23,939 32%

Continential US Private school 2,747 4%

Hawaiÿi Public school 42,986 57%

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Figure 4.17c Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in Grade 9 to Grade 12: 2000

Continential US Public school 11,552 34%

Hawaiÿi Private school 3,232 9%

Continential US Private school 941 3%

Hawaiÿi Public school 18,207 54%

Figure 4.17d Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in College: 2000

Continential US Public school 11,229 39%

Hawaiÿi Private school 3,123 11%

Continential US Private school 4,293 15%

Hawaiÿi Public school 9,907 35% Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

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Figure 4.17e Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in Public and Private Schools: 2000

Continential US Private school 9,374 7%

Continential US Public school 48,422 33%

Hawaiÿi Private school 14,915 10% Hawaiÿi Public school 73,608 50%

Figure 4.17f Native Hawaiian Students Enrolled in School: 2000

Enrolled in Grade 9 to Grade 12 33,932 23%

Enrolled in College 28,552 20%

Enrolled in Nursery School, Preschool 8,534 6%

Enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade 8 75,301 51%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003) (April 29, 2003)

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School Enrollment Table 4.18

School Year

Enrollment of Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawai‘i System: Fall 1980-Fall 2010. Annual Change in Enrollment

Enrollment

Fall 1980

2,510

Fall 1981

3,440

27.0%

Fall 1982

3,944

12.8%

Fall 1983

3,857

-2.3%

Fall 1984

3,704

-4.1%

Fall 1985

3,684

-0.5%

Fall 1986

3,682

-0.1%

Fall 1987

3,864

4.7%

Fall 1988

3,898

0.9%

Fall 1989

4,149

6.0%

Fall 1990

4,509

8.0%

Fall 1991

4,976

9.4%

Fall 1992

5,437

8.5%

Fall 1993

5,819

6.6%

Fall 1994

6,408

9.2%

Fall 1995

6,341

-1.1%

Fall 1996

6,061

-4.6%

Fall 1997

6,172

1.8%

Fall 1998

6,235

1.0%

Fall 1999

6,619

5.8%

Fall 2000

6,135

-7.9%

Fall 2001

6,248

1.8%

Fall 2002

6,555

4.7%

Fall 2003

6,835

4.1%

Fall 2004

6,772

-0.9%

Fall 2005

6,901

1.9%

Fall 2006

7,152

3.5%

Fall 2007

7,816

8.5%

Fall 2008

8,943

12.6%

Fall 2009

10,392

13.9%

Fall 2010

13,463

22.8%

Source: Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Fall Enrollment Reports. (Honolulu).

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0

2,000

4,000

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

14,000

16,000

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Figure 4.18: Enrollment of Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawai‘i System: Fall 1980-Fall 2010.

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1,118 1,343 869 776 252

College of Business

College of Education

College of Engineering

College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources

School of Architecture

322 192 231 406

School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

School of Pacific and Asian Studies

School of Social Work

School of Travel Industry Management 18,217

488

School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene

Total

443

School of Medicine

Continued …

252

School of Law

47

1,913

College of Social Sciences

Hawai‘inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge

1,877

989

College of Natural Sciences

College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature

1,324

College of Arts & Humanities

100.0%

2.2%

1.3%

1.1%

1.8%

2.7%

2.4%

1.4%

0.3%

1.4%

4.3%

4.8%

7.4%

6.1%

10.5%

10.3%

5.4%

7.3%

56.3%

%

FALL 2007 No. 10,257

Colleges/Schools

18,189

368

258

186

308

520

453

263

45

279

703

813

1,326

1,250

1,809

1,929

1,044

1,331

10,303

No.

100.0%

2.0%

1.4%

1.0%

1.7%

2.9%

2.5%

1.4%

0.2%

1.5%

3.9%

4.5%

7.3%

6.9%

9.9%

10.6%

5.7%

7.3%

56.6%

%

FALL 2008

18,319

331

237

152

298

568

462

291

49

310

687

832

1,373

1,347

1,748

1,907

1,022

1,275

10,340

No.

100.0%

1.8%

1.3%

0.8%

1.6%

3.1%

2.5%

1.6%

0.3%

1.7%

3.8%

4.5%

7.5%

7.4%

9.5%

10.4%

5.6%

7.0%

56.4%

%

FALL 2009

Non-Hawaiian Students

17,615

293

238

144

299

569

440

301

30

322

715

845

1,374

1,196

1,715

2,029

982

1,401

9,943

No.

100.0%

1.7%

1.4%

0.8%

1.7%

3.2%

2.5%

1.7%

0.2%

1.8%

4.1%

4.8%

7.8%

6.8%

9.7%

11.5%

5.6%

8.0%

56.4%

%

FALL 2010

Distribution of Majors at the University of Hawaiÿi at Mänoa by Collage/School: FY 2006-07 to FY 2009-2010.

Colleges of Arts & Sciences

Table 4.19

Education Enrollment

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College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources

School of Architecture

1,834

100.0%

1.5%

1.9%

0.2%

0.4%

2.7%

2.3%

1.9%

8.6%

1.6%

3.4%

4.6%

10.0%

3.3%

10.4%

7.2%

3.5%

5.6%

53.2%

%

1,980

20

51

4

7

43

40

50

157

35

68

103

207

56

206

143

61

117

1,062

No.

100.0%

1.0%

2.6%

0.2%

0.4%

2.2%

2.0%

2.5%

7.9%

1.8%

3.4%

5.2%

10.5%

2.8%

10.4%

7.2%

3.1%

5.9%

53.6%

%

2,116

15

51

5

7

62

45

52

188

40

67

93

222

81

195

145

72

114

1,104

No.

100.0%

0.7%

2.4%

0.2%

0.3%

2.9%

2.1%

2.5%

8.9%

1.9%

3.2%

4.4%

10.5%

3.8%

9.2%

6.9%

3.4%

5.4%

52.2%

%

FALL 2009

Native Hawaiian Students FALL 2008

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Total

28

School of Travel Industry Management

4 35

School of Social Work

School of Pacific and Asian Studies

49

School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene 8

42

School of Medicine

School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

35

School of Law

158

84

College of Engineering

Hawai‘inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge

60 183

College of Education

190

College of Social Sciences

College of Business

132

64

College of Natural Sciences

College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature

102

College of Arts & Humanities

No.

FALL 2007 976

Colleges/Schools

Colleges of Arts & Sciences

Continued …

2,722

22

63

8

14

96

39

60

214

48

120

114

250

121

249

207

98

174

1,447

No.

100.0%

0.8%

2.3%

0.3%

0.5%

3.5%

1.4%

2.2%

7.9%

1.8%

4.4%

4.2%

9.2%

4.4%

9.1%

7.6%

3.6%

6.4%

53.2%

%

FALL 2010

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Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

Total Students

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

Total Students

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

Total Students

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

Total Students

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

1,087

11,151

1,122

11,485

1,165

12,242

1,134

13,069

1,174

13,693

1,331

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,252

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

13,826

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,260

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

13,542

1,743

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,323

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

13,417

1,807

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,419

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

13,438

1,912

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,530

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

13,583

2,082

Hawaiian Ancestry

Total Students

1,981

13,599

Classified

Ethnicity: Native Hawaiian

Total Students

Students

25

568

17

535

17

568

5

223

4

488

8

6

440

17

10

435

10

7

364

8

5

338

8

8

323

7

7

272

Unclassified

Undergraduate

1,112

11,719

1,139

12,020

1,182

12,810

1,139

13,292

1,178

14,181

1,339

1,258

14,266

1,783

1,270

13,977

1,753

1,330

13,781

1,815

1,424

13,776

1,920

1,538

13,906

2,089

1,988

13,871

Total

291

4,567

291

4,536

327

4,834

357

5,167

375

5,382

386

384

5,409

520

424

5,358

525

432

5,333

563

484

5,540

580

502

5,726

673

635

5,726

Classified

Educational Level

76

975

73

942

68

1,042

70

942

70

916

74

68

883

74

54

962

72

62

891

70

65

819

79

68

757

98

93

699

Unclassified

Graduate

367

5,542

364

5,478

395

5,876

427

6,109

445

6,298

460

452

6,292

594

478

6,320

597

494

6,224

633

549

6,359

659

570

6,483

771

728

6,425

Total

1,479

17,263

1,506

17,532

1,577

18,706

1,579

19,863

1,632

20,549

1,810

1,721

20,644

2,389

1,758

20,357

2,361

1,834

20,051

2,456

1,980

20,169

2,588

2,116

20,435

2,866

2,722

20,337

TOTAL

Educational Level of Native Hawaiian Students Attending the University of Hawaiÿi at Mänoa: Fall 2000-Fall 2009.

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu)

a Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum of students who self-reported Hawaiian ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.

FALL 2000

FALL 2001

FALL 2002

FALL 2003

FALL 2004

FALL 2005

FALL 2006

FALL 2007

FALL 2008

FALL 2009

FALL 2010

School Year

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500

1,000

1,500

2,000

2,500

367 364

Fall 2001

1,139

Fall 2002

395

427

Fall 2003

1,139

445

452

478

Fall 2006

1,270

Graduate

Fall 2005

1,258

Undergraduate

Fall 2004

1,178

Fall 2007

494

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

549

Fall 2008

1,424

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Fall 2000

1,112

1,182

1,330

570

Fall 2009

1,538

Figure 4.20: Educational Level of Native Hawaiian Students Attending the University of Hawaiÿi at Manoa: Fall 2000-2010

728

Fall 2010

1,988

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53,526

50,454

49,990

50,157

Fall 2009

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

7,329

8,949

9,425

10,574

12,153

13,463

Hawaiian Ancestry

20,644

20,357

20,051

20,169

20,435

20,337

Total Headcount

1,810

2,389

2,361

2,456

2,588

2,866

Hawaiian Ancestry

University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa

3,422

3,507

3,573

3,773

3,974

4,079

Total Headcount

561

721

773

867

913

1,028

Hawaiian Ancestry

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

858

866

940

1,140

1,333

1,471

Total Headcount

167

187

207

268

321

380

Hawaiian Ancestry

University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu

25,233

25,260

25,890

28,444

32,203

34,203

Total Headcount

4,791

5,652

6,084

6,983

8,331

9,860

Hawaiian Ancestry

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu)

a Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum of students who self-reported Hawaiian ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.

60,090

Total Headcount

UH System

Enrollment of Students of Hawaiian Ancestry a in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2005-Fall 2010.

Fall 2010

School Year

Table 4.21

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0.0%

5.0%

10.0%

15.0%

20.0%

25.0%

30.0%

35.0%

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

14.1%

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu

25.8%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

UH System

22.4%

25.2%

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

28.8%

Table 4.21: Student of Native Hawaiian Ancestry Enrolled in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2010

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50,454

49,990

50,157

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

8,532

7,152

7,816

8,943

1,333

1,140 940 866 858

Fall 2009

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

184

172

188

229

270

366

Ethnicity

167

187

207

268

321

380

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian a

7,329

8,949

9,425

10,574

12,153

13,463

Ancestry a

2,370

1,758

1,834

1,980

2,116

2,722

Ethnicity

25,233

25,260

25,890

28,444

32,203

34,203

Total Headcount

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu)

a

a

1,810

2,389

2,361

2,456

2,588

2,866

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

5,222

4,614

5,122

5,960

7,175

9,374

Ethnicity

4,791

5,652

6,084

6,983

8,331

9,860

Ancestry a

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

20,644

20,357

20,051

20,169

20,435

20,337

Total Headcount

University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa

Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum of students who self-reported Hawaiian ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.

1,471

Total Headcount

Fall 2010

School Year

53,526

Fall 2008

10,392

14,134

Ethnicity

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i - West O‘ahu

60,090

57,945

Fall 2010

Total Headcount

UH System

3,422

3,507

3,573

3,773

3,974

4,079

Total Headcount

756

608

672

774

831

1,001

Ethnicity

561

721

773

867

913

1,028

Ancestry a

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

Selected Characteristics of Native Hawaiian Students in the University of Hawai‘i System: Fall 2005-Fall 2010.

Fall 2009

School Year

Table 4.22

School Enrollment

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Figure 4.22 Ethnicity and Ancestry Characteristics of Native Hawaiian Students in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2010 16,000 14,134

Native Hawaiian Students

14,000

13,463

12,000 9,374

10,000

9,860

8,000 6,000 4,000

2,722

2,866

2,000

1,001

1,028

366

380

0 UH System

UH at Mānoa Ethnicity

UH at Hilo

UH West O‘ahu

UH Community Colleges

Ancestry

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

• Starting in 2005, the University of Hawaiÿi started to collect “Ancestry” data on students in addition to “Race” and “Ethnicity” data which is still being collected. Starting in 2005, the University of Hawaiÿi started to collect "Ancestry" data on students in addition to "Race” and “Ethnicity" data which is still being collected. The terms “Ancestry,” “Race,” and “Ethnicity” are used differently by different agencies, institutions, and organizations. At the University of Hawaiÿi the data are based on self-reported The terms "Ancestry," "Race,” and “Ethnicity" are used differently by differentresponses. agencies, institutions, and organizations. At the University of Hawaiÿi the data are based on self-reported responses. For the issue of “Ethnicity,” the issue concerned is “are you Hispanic/Latino?” The text states “ETHNICITY (check one).” two responses areconcerned “Hispanic or and “Not Hispanic or Latino.” For the The issue of possible “Ethnicity," the issue is Latino” “are you Hispanic/Latino?” The text states “ETHNICITY (check one).” The two possible responses are “Hispanic or Latino” and “Not Hispanic or Latino.” For “Race,” the issue is, “which following racial categories to describe yourself?” The text states “RACE (circle For “Race,” the issue “which racial categories describe yourself?” Theresponse text states “RACE (circle one or one or more).” Thereis, is a list of following possible choices. For NativetoHawaiians the appropriate is “Native more).” There is a list of possible choices. For Native Hawaiians the appropriate response is “Native Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian/Mixed Hawaiian.” Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian/Mixed Hawaiian.” For “Ancestry,” the question asked is “Were any of your ancestors Hawaiian?” The two possible responses are For “Ancestry,” “Were and any other of your ancestors Hawaiian?” two possible responses are “Yes” “Yes” and “No.”the To question qualify forasked many is financial opportunities students areThe required to prove “Hawaiian and “No.” To qualify for many financial and other opportunities students are required to prove “Hawaiian ancestry.” The ancestry data directly measures the possible pool of potential applicants. One would assume ancestry.” The ancestry data directly measures the possible pool of potential applicants. One in would assume those who identified those who identified themselves as “Native Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian/Mixed Hawaiian” the “Race” questions themselves as “Native Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian/Mixed Hawaiian” in the “Race” questions would also would also be “Hawaiian” in the “Ancestry” question. “Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum ofbe “Hawaiian” in the “Ancestry” “Hawaiian refers toApplication the sum ofform students whowho self-reported students who question. self-reported HawaiianAncestry ancestry headcount on the UH System and those either did Hawaiian not ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.” the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.”

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53,526

50,454

49,990

50,157

50,569

50,317

48,173

45,994

44,579

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

Fall 2004

Fall 2003

Fall 2002

Fall 2001

Fall 2000

6,135

6,248

6,555

6,835

6,772

6,901

7,152

7,816

8,943

10,392

13,463

Native Hawaiian

17,263

17,532

18,706

19,863

20,549

20,644

20,357

20,051

20,169

20,435

20,337

Total Headcount

1,479

1,506

1,577

1,579

1,632

1,721

1,758

1,834

1,980

2,116

2,722

Native Hawaiian

2,874

2,913

3,040

3,300

3,288

3,422

3,507

3,573

3,773

3,974

4,079

Total Headcount

511

494

480

519

518

547

608

672

774

831

1,001

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu)

60,090

57,945

Fall 2010

Total Headcount

University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa

665

740

834

810

834

858

866

940

1,140

1,333

1,471

Total Headcount

92

115

150

129

157

165

172

188

229

270

366

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu

23,777

24,809

25,593

26,344

25,898

25,233

25,260

25,890

28,444

32,203

34,203

Total Headcount

4,053

4,133

4,348

4,608

4,465

4,468

4,614

5,122

5,960

7,175

9,374

Native Hawaiian

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

Enrollment of Native Hawaiian Students in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2000-Fall 2010.

UH System

Fall 2009

School Year

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0.0%

5.0%

10.0%

15.0%

20.0%

25.0%

30.0%

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

13.4%

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

24.5%

University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu

22.8%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

UH System

23.5%

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

27.4%

Table 4.23: Native Hawaiian Student Enrollment in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2010

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Ethnic Distribution of Students in the University of Hawai‘i System: Fall 2010.

Ethnicity

University of Hawai‘i System

Asian

University of Hawai‘i Campus University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa

University of Hawai‘i at Hilo

University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

23,238

8,588

1,048

595

13,007

Chinese

2,774

1,425

97

39

1,213

Filipino

7,443

1,576

237

255

5,375

338

172

20

2

144

Japanese

Asian Indian

6,416

2,722

366

172

3,156

Korean

1,428

703

75

17

633

75

18

0

2

55

3,591

1,402

183

95

1,911

Other Asian

500

288

24

5

183

Thai

122

60

4

2

56

Vietnamese

551

222

42

6

281

15,215

3,328

1,219

402

10,266

162

70

6

6

80

Laotian Mixed Asian

a

Hawaiian/Pacific Isle Guamanian/Chamorro

13,463

2,722

1,001

366

9,374

Micronesian(not GC)

Native Hawaiian

364

60

97

4

203

Mixed Pacific Islander

79

20

6

1

52

Pacific Islander

326

68

40

5

213

Samoan

703

359

63

16

265

Tongan

118

29

66

4

79

1,185

384

86

23

692

11,951

5,176

1,133

235

5,407

African American/Black

877

284

55

30

508

American Indian or Alaskan Native

270

89

32

7

142

7,098

2,424

497

174

4,003

256

64

9

5

178

60,090

20,337

4,079

1,471

34,203

Hispanic Caucasian

Mixed Race (2 or more) No Data Total Headcount

Mixed Asian Pacific Islander category was renamed Mixed Asian as a result of the migration to banner in Spring 2003. As of Fall 2006, Mixed Asian and Pacific Islander will no longer be reported as a separate line item.

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University of Hawai‘i at Hilo 1,001 7% University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu 366 3%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges 9,374 70%

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa 2,722 20%

Figure 4.24: Distribution of Native Hawaiian Students in the Unviersity of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2010

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Ethnic Distribution of Students Attending in the University of Hawai‘i System: Fall 2000-2010. University of Hawai‘i System

Ethnicity Asian

Fall 2000

Fall 2001

 

 

Fall 2002

Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

Fall 2006

Fall 2007

Fall 2008

Fall 2009

Fall 2010

22,295

22,305

21,945

21,848

21,888

21,927

22,984

24,118

23,238

Chinese

3,032

3,019

3,028

2,934

2,887

2,733

2,733

2,685

2,762

2,937

2,774

Filipino

6,096

6,012

6,356

6,456

6,420

6,371

6,405

6,485

6,991

7,513

7,443

 

 

130

130

128

148

132

138

133

137

338

Japanese

8,284

8,344

8,460

8,370

8,133

7,890

7,594

7,249

7,324

7,247

6,416

Korean

1,352

1,376

1,451

1,477

1,464

1,473

1,485

1,459

1,486

1,526

1,428

Laotian

 

 

 

33

49

64

55

68

69

81

75

 

 

2,009

2,081

1,989

2,280

2,563

2,921

3,191

3,604

3,591

Asian Indian

Mixed Asian

a

867

858

861

669

569

457

407

374

399

366

500

Thai

Other Asian

 

 

 

39

68

91

97

98

111

107

122

Vietnamese

 

 

 

116

238

341

417

450

518

600

551

 

 

7,788

8,128

8,324

8,532

8,826

9,585

10,880

12,493

15,215

 

 

 

57

96

137

162

181

183

174

162

6,035

6,248

6,555

6,835

6,772

6,901

7,152

7,816

8,943

10,392

13,463

M  icronesian (not GC)

 

 

 

111

176

249

258

246

276

291

364

M  ixed Pacific Islander

 

 

 

0

179

252

307

354

410

488

79

1,105

1,263

1,233

901

659

487

380

360

387

433

326

Hawaiian/ Pacific Isle G  uamanian/ Chamorro Native Hawaiian

Pacific Islander Samoan

 

 

 

186

382

448

503

530

579

588

703

Tongan

 

 

 

38

60

58

64

98

102

127

118

Hispanic

886

1,059

1,043

1,064

1,063

1,089

1,163

1,204

1,284

1,467

1,185

9,012

9,574

10,074

10,626

10,985

10,883

10,822

10,479

10,857

11,610

11,951

African American/ Black

511

569

535

542

560

573

568

594

619

755

877

American Indian/ Alaskan Native

141

146

163

172

190

220

223

234

265

302

270

Mixed Race (2 or more)

4,964

5,193

5,449

5,970

6,129

5,762

5,483

5,568

5,871

6,331

7,098

464

503

826

1,510

1,373

1,250

1,017

863

766

869

256

44,579

45,994

48,173

50,317

50,569

50,157

49,990

50,454

53,526

57,945

Caucasian

No Data Total Headcount

Mixed Asian Pacific Islander category was renamed Mixed Asian as a result of the migration to banner in Spring 2003. As of Fall 2006, Mixed Asian and Pacific Islander will no longer be reported as a separate line item.

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Asian 23,238 39%

Caucasian 11,951 20%

Mixed Race 7,098 12% No Data 256 0%

Am Indian/ Alaskan Native 270 0%

African American/ Black 877 2%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu). Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 15,215 25%

Hispanic 1,185 2%

Figure 4.25 Ethnic Distribution of Students Attending in the University of Hawaiÿi System: Fall 2010.

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28,444

25,890

25,260

25,233

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

7,484

6,771

5,887

5,746

5,709

Fall 2009

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

1,831

2,208

Hawaiian Ancestry

981

1,222

1,368

717

759

925

1,364

1,657

Hawaiian Ancestry

4,183

4,143

4,027

4,218

4,567

4,725

Total Student Headcount

2,903

2,841

2,981

3,287

4,114

4,367

Total Student Headcount

656

723

806

1,234

1,453

Hawaiian Ancestry

Maui CC

1,713

1,781

1,824

1,959

2,316

2,625

Total Student Headcount

600

664

664

936

1,142

Hawaiian Ancestry

Windward CC

788

913

916

1,099

1,288

Hawaiian Ancestry

Honolulu CC

7,289

7,272

7,517

8,221

9,102

9,310

Total Student Headcount

836

1,129

1,173

1,536

1,677

Hawaiian Ancestry

Kapi‘olani CC

1,059

1,119

1,051

1,104

1,345

1,428

Total Student Headcount

213

242

232

331

435

Hawaiian Ancestry

Kaua‘i CC

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

a Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum of students who self-reported Hawaiian ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.

7,942

Fall 2010

Total Student Headcount

2,377

2,358

2,603

2,884

3,275

3,815

Total Student Headcount

Hawai‘i CC

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

4,791

5,652

6,084

6,983

8,331

9,860

Hawaiian Ancestry

Leeward CC

32,203

Fall 2009

School Year

34,203

Total Student Headcount

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

Enrollment of Students of Hawaiian Ancestry a Attending the University of Hawaiÿi, Community Colleges: Fall 2005-Fall 2010.

Fall 2010

School Year

Table 4.26

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28,444

25,890

25,260

25,233

2008

2007

2006

2005

1,345

1,104

1,051

1,119

1,059

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

4,791

5,652

6,084

6,983

8,331

9,860

211

227

211

286

413

Ethnicity

213

242

232

331

435

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

Kaua‘i CC

4,468

4,614

5,122

5,960

7,175

9,374

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

Ethnicity

5,709

5,746

5,887

6,771

7,484

7,942

Total Headcount

2,377

2,358

2,603

2,884

3,275

3,815

Total Headcount

717

759

925

1,364

1,657

4,183

4,143

4,027

4,218

4,567

4,725

Total Headcount

850

891

1,074

1,411

2,075

Ethnicity

981

1,222

1,368

1,831

2,208

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

Leeward CC

2,903

2,841

2,981

3,287

4,114

4,367

Total Headcount

788

913

916

647

665

771

1,159

1,388

Ethnicity

1,099

1,288

656

723

806

1,234

1,453

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

Maui CC

712

737

743

930

1,222

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian Ethnicity

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

698

699

837

1,322

1,603

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian Ethnicity

Honolulu CC

789

840

916

1,247

1,582

1,713

1,781

1,824

1,959

2,316

2,625

Total Headcount

836

1,129

1,173

561

555

570

820

1,091

Ethnicity

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

a

1,536

1,677

Ancestry

600

664

664

936

1,142

Ancestry

Native Hawaiian

Windward CC

7,289

7,272

7,517

8,221

9,102

9,310

Ethnicity

Native Hawaiian

Kapi‘olani CC Total Headcount

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

Hawaiian Ancestry headcount refers to the sum of students who self-reported Hawaiian ancestry on the UH System Application form and those who either did not answer the ancestry question or answered in the negative but who indicated Hawaiian ethnicity.

1,428

2010

Total Headcount

32,203

2009

School Year

34,203

Total Headcount

Hawai‘i CC

Selected Characteristics of Native Hawaiian Students Attending the University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges: Fall 2005-Fall 2010.

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

2010

School Year

Table 4.27

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28,444

25,890

25,260

25,233

25,898

26,344

25,593

24,809

23,777

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

Fall 2004

Fall 2003

Fall 2002

Fall 2001

Fall 2000

7,484

6,771

5,887

5,746

5,709

6,060

6,201

5,918

5,562

5,259

Fall 2009

Fall 2008

Fall 2007

Fall 2006

Fall 2005

Fall 2004

Fall 2003

Fall 2002

Fall 2001

Fall 2000

641

631

662

715

696

698

699

837

1,322

1,603

741

812

899

992

903

850

891

1,074

1,411

2,075

Native Hawaiian

4,487

4,653

4,478

4,238

4,336

4,183

4,143

4,027

4,218

4,567

4,725

2,678

2,699

2,989

2,985

2,996

2,903

2,841

2,981

3,287

4,114

4,367

618

581

633

675

675

647

665

771

1,159

1,388

1,451

1,554

1,761

1,873

1,775

1,713

1,781

1,824

1,959

2,316

2,625

413

452

527

569

560

561

555

570

820

1,091

Native Hawaiian

687

681

692

680

681

712

737

743

930

1,222

Windward CC

Total Native Total Headcount Hawaiian Headcount

Maui CC

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

7,942

Fall 2010

Total Headcount

2,090

2,075

2,182

2,346

2,440

2,377

2,358

2,603

2,884

3,275

3,815

Native Hawaiian

Honolulu CC

Total Native Total Headcount Hawaiian Headcount

Hawai‘i CC

6,760

7,081

7,041

7,491

7,174

7,289

7,272

7,517

8,221

9,102

9,310

Total Headcount

729

766

728

763

714

789

840

916

1,247

1,582

Native Hawaiian

Kapi‘olani CC

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

4,053

4,133

4,348

4,608

4,465

4,468

4,614

5,122

5,960

7,175

9,374

Native Hawaiian

Leeward CC

32,203

Fall 2009

School Year

34,203

Total Headcount

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

1,052

1,185

1,224

1,210

1,117

1,059

1,119

1,051

1,104

1,345

1,428

Total Headcount

224

210

207

214

236

211

227

211

286

413

Native Hawaiian

Kaua‘i CC

Enrollment of Native Hawaiian Students Attending the University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges: Fall 2000-Fall 2010.

Fall 2010

School Year

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0.0%

5.0%

10.0%

15.0%

20.0%

25.0%

30.0%

35.0%

40.0%

45.0%

Hawai‘i CC

Honolulu CC

25.9%

Kapi‘olani CC

17.0%

Kaua‘i CC

28.9%

Leeward CC

26.1%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges

27.4%

42.0%

Maui CC

31.8%

Figure 4.28: Students of Native Hawaiian Ancestry Enrolled in University of Hawaiÿi Community Colleges: Fall 2010

Windward CC

41.6%

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Ethnic Distribution of Students Attending the University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges: Fall 2010. Total CC

Ethnicity Asian

University of Hawai‘i, Community Colleges Hawai‘i Honolulu Kapi‘olani

Kaua‘i

Leeward

Maui

Wind ward

13,007

757

2,163

4,709

442

3,287

1,180

469

Chinese

1,213

34

219

736

13

154

23

34

Filipino

5,375

340

927

1,196

277

1,718

798

119

144

16

15

54

5

38

10

6

3,156

232

480

1,372

77

644

172

179

633

10

88

416

5

81

23

10

55

 

20

17

1

14

0

3

1,911

103

318

677

56

537

119

101

183

15

37

65

1

42

17

6

56

6

7

21

6

14

2

0

281

1

52

155

1

45

16

11

10,266

1,711

1,399

1,797

439

2,300

1,463

1,157

80

6

12

31

0

23

4

4

Asian Indian Japanese Korean Laotian Mixed Asian

a

Other Asian Thai Vietnamese Hawaiian or Pacific Islander  uamanian/ G Chamorro Native Hawaiian

9,374

1,603

1,222

1,582

413

2,075

1,388

1,091

Micronesian

203

39

31

65

7

37

15

9

M  ixed Pacific Islander

52

3

16

14

2

10

3

4

Pacific Islander

213

35

39

44

14

40

25

16

Samoan

265

19

61

52

1

99

12

21

Tongan

79

6

18

9

2

16

16

12

692

76

72

173

25

175

119

52

5,407

773

467

1,298

334

882

1,124

529

African American/ Black

508

39

77

126

8

182

46

30

American Indian/ Alaskan Native

142

29

19

25

3

26

33

7

Mixed Race (2 or more)

4,003

407

512

1,144

169

1,004

402

365

178

23

16

29

8

86

0

16

34,203

3,815

4,725

9,301

1,428

7,942

4,367

2,625

Hispanic Caucasian

No Data Total Headcount

Mixed Asian Pacific Islander category was renamed Mixed Asian as a result of the migration to banner in Spring 2003. As of Fall 2006, Mixed Asian and Pacific Islander will no longer be reported as a separate line item.

a

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu)

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Kapi‘olani 1,582 17%

Honolulu 1,222 13%

Windward 1,091 12%

Hawai‘i 1,603 17%

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Source: University of Hawaiÿi, Institutional Research Office, Fall Enrollment Report. (Honolulu).

Kaua‘i 413 4%

Leeward 2,075 22%

Maui 1,388 15%

Figure 4.29: Distribution of Native Hawaiian Attending University of Hawaiÿi, Community Colleges: Fall 2010

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21,257 20,760

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

146,828

613,632

25 to 34 years

35 years and over  

69.2%

16.6%

8.7%

5.4%

91.7%

26.0%

26.7%

46.8%

0.5%

8.3%

%

28,708

15,057

4,528

3,845

3,134

26,564

671

364

1,096

13

2,144

No.

 

56.7%

17.0%

14.5%

11.8%

92.5%

31.3%

17.0%

51.1%

0.6%

7.5%

%

1,983

2,348

5,136

35

9,502

No.

8,905

106,092

56,836

18,342

12,507

 

58.8%

19.0%

12.9%

9.2%

91.0%

20.9%

24.7%

54.1%

0.4%

9.0%

%

Honolulu

96,590

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

965,875

77,426

18 to 24 years

Population 15 years and over

48,241

15 to 17 years

886,127

37,309

18 to 24 years

Not enrolled in college or graduate school

422

79,748

No.

Hawai‘i

8,617

4,456

1,684

1,180

954

8,274

95

80

164

4

343 1.2%

4.0%

%

 

53.9%

20.4%

14.3%

11.5%

96.0%

27.7%

23.3%

47.8%

Kaua‘i No.

County

Native Hawaiian

19,786

10,385

3,964

2,524

1,872

18,745

305

191

521

24

1,041

No.

Maui

3,054

2,983

6,917

76

13,030

No.

 

55.4%

21.1%

13.5%

10.0%

163,291

86,807

28,533

20,056

14,865

 

57.8%

19.0%

13.3%

9.9%

92.0%

23.4%

22.9%

53.1%

0.6%

8.0%

%

State of Hawai‘i

94.7% 150,261

29.3%

18.3%

50.0%

2.3%

5.3%

%

Native Hawaiian College or Graduate School Enrollment by Age in Hawai‘i: 2000. State of Hawai‘i

15 to 17 years

Enrolled in college or graduate school

College or Graduate School Enrollment Status

Table 4.30

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0.0%

10.0%

20.0%

30.0%

40.0%

50.0%

60.0%

0.6%

State of Hawaiÿi

18 to 24 years

22.9%

Native Hawaiians

25 to 34 years

26.7%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

15 to 17 years

0.5%

46.8%

53.1%

23.4%

35 years and over

26.0%

Figure 4.30 College or Graduate School Enrollment By Age in Hawaiÿi: 2000

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4,045,968

35 years and over

35,417,751

25 to 34 years 221,148,671

 

68.0%

17.4%

8.8%

5.8%

92.1%

23.1%

23.8%

52.6%

0.4%

7.9%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Population 15 years and over

138,588,314

17,864,430

18 to 24 years

35 years and over

11,794,933

15 to 17 years

203,665,428

4,159,606

25 to 34 years

Not enrolled in college or graduate school

74,589 9,203,080

18 to 24 years

17,483,243

15 to 17 years

Enrolled in college or graduate school

United States

163,291

86,807

28,533

20,056

14,865

150,261

3,054

2,983

6,917

76

13,030

 

57.8%

19.0%

13.3%

9.9%

92.0%

23.4%

22.9%

53.1%

0.6%

8.0%

State of Hawai‘i

114,802

54,249

22,734

13,642

8,655

99,280

3,042

3,441

8,973

66

15,522

 

54.6%

22.9%

13.7%

8.7%

86.5%

19.6%

22.2%

57.8%

0.4%

13.5%

Continental United States

Native Hawaiian

278,093

141,056

51,267

33,698

23,520

249,541

6,096

6,424

15,890

142

28,552

 

56.5%

20.5%

13.5%

9.4%

89.7%

21.4%

22.5%

55.7%

0.5%

10.3%

United States

Native Hawaiian College or Graduate School Enrollment by Age in the United States: 2000.

College or Graduate School Enrollment Status

Table 4.31

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0.0%

10.0%

20.0%

30.0%

40.0%

50.0%

60.0%

70.0%

0.4% 0.4%

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

18 to 24 years

53.1%

25 to 34 years

22.9%

22.2%

23.1%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

23.4% 19.6%

35 years and over Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

23.8%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

United States

15 to 17 years

0.6%

52.6%

57.8%

Figure 4.31 Native Hawaiian College or Graduate School Enrollment By Age in the Uniterd States: 2000

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3.6%

7.7%

10.6%

45.4%

97.7%

99.6%

99.0%

51.9%

4,386

1,629

831

226

22

6

15

285

96.4%

92.3%

89.4%

54.6%

2.3%

0.4%

1.0%

48.1%

Not enrolled in school

872

411

764

837

2,994

4,975

5,043

820

4,551

1,764

930

414

958

1,693

1,542

593

Total

473

234

349

476

1,830

3,474

3,298

626

4,481

2,476

864

153

142

173

862

3,921

1,710

510

66

40

98

836

4.4% 10,217

5.6%

16.9%

48.3%

96.5%

98.9%

97.1%

42.8%

4,892

3,240

1,701

3,147

4,155

2,059

986

1,896

3,514

3,396

1,462

Total

2,814

2,561

3,737

2,838

8,643

5,117 16,137

95.6% 10,690

94.4%

83.1%

51.7%

3.5%

1.1%

2.9%

57.2%

Not enrolled in school

Maui County

2,815

5,216 16,457

1,682

Total

8,383

2,685

297

132

733

3,067

4.8% 56,005

12.4% 18,129

30.8%

51.4%

96.7%

99.2%

95.7%

47.9%

5,882

Total

5,523

8,940

95.2% 58,819

87.6% 20,690

69.2% 12,120

48.6%

3.3%

0.8% 16,269

4.3% 17,190

52.1%

Not enrolled in school

Honolulu County Enrolled in school

County

94.5% 15,728

91.6%

76.4%

50.8%

4.9%

2.8%

3.3%

51.2%

Not enrolled in school

5.5% 14,856

8.4%

23.6%

49.2%

95.1%

97.2%

96.7%

48.8%

Enrolled in school

County

Native Hawaiian

95.2% 89,861

89.4% 31,516

73.0% 18,349

8,624

3.6% 14,941

1.2% 26,593 49.7%

Kauai County

4.8% 85,537

10.6% 28,175

9,619

3.7% 27,344

52.5%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

165

35 years and over

188

18 and 19 years

99

936

15 to 17 years

135

1,687

10 to 14 years

20 to 24 years

1,527

5 to 9 years

25 to 34 years

308

3 and 4 years

4,285

538

320

1,019

5,050

27.0% 13,400

50.3%

96.4%

98.8%

96.3%

47.5%

Enrolled in school

3,341

4,324

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

Age Groups

4,949

14,403

15 to 17 years

20 to 24 years

26,273

10 to 14 years

4,339

26,325

5 to 9 years

18 and 19 years

4,569

Total

Enrolled in school

Hawai‘i County

Native Hawaiian

Native Hawaiian School Enrollment by Age in Hawaiÿi: 2000.

Not enrolled in school

State of Hawai‘i

Enrolled in school

3 and 4 years

Age Groups

Table 4.32

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Honolulu County

47.9%

95.7%

99.2%

96.7%

51.4%

Kauaÿi County

30.8%

12.4%

4.8%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

10.6%

7.7%

Maui County

51.9%

99.0%

99.6%

97.7%

45.4%

3.6%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Hawaiÿi County

48.8%

3 and 4 years

97.2%

10 to 14 years

96.7%

95.1%

15 to 17 years

5 to 9 years

49.2%

23.6%

8.4%

5.5%

18 and 19 years

20 to 24 years

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

Table 4.32 Native Hawaiians Enrolled in School by Age by County: 2000

42.8%

97.1%

98.9%

96.5%

48.3%

16.9%

5.6%

4.4%

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81,782

82,233

46,795

18,336

27,771

22,542

25,923

5 to 9 years

10 to 14 years

15 to 17 years

18 and 19 years

20 to 24 years

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

4.1%

13.4%

33.4%

58.2%

96.2%

98.7%

96.0%

49.9%

608,469

145,543

55,464

13,164

1,868

1,083

3,378

15,549

95.9%

86.6%

66.6%

41.8%

3.8%

1.3%

4.0%

50.1%

Not enrolled in school

State of Hawai‘i

634,392

168,085

83,235

31,500

48,663

83,316

85,160

31,009

Total

4,324

3,341

4,949

4,339

14,403

26,273

26,325

4,569

4.8%

10.6%

27.0%

50.3%

96.4%

98.8%

96.3%

85,537

28,175

13,400

4,285

538

320

1,019

5,050

95.2%

89.4%

73.0%

49.7%

3.6%

1.2%

3.7%

52.5%

Not enrolled in school

Native Hawaiian 47.5%

Enrolled in school

School Enrollment by Age in Hawaiÿi: 2000.

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

15,460

Enrolled in school

3 and 4 years

Age Groups

Table 4.33

School Enrollment

89,861

31,516

18,349

8,624

14,941

26,593

27,344

9,619

Total

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98.7%

10 to 14 years

State of Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiians

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

49.9%

96.2%

15 to 17 years

3 and 4 years

58.2%

18 and 19 years

96.0%

33.4%

20 to 24 years

5 to 9 years

13.4%

4.1%

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

Figure 4.33: School Enrollment by Age in Hawaiÿi: 2000

47.5%

96.3%

98.8%

96.4%

50.3%

27.0%

10.6%

4.8%

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19,758,317

20,387,054

11,258,320

5,353,195

6,747,176

4,549,590

4,784,226

5 to 9 yrs

10 to 14 yrs

15 to 17 yrs

18 to 19 yrs

20 to 24 yrs

25 to 34 yrs

35 yrs and over

3.4%

11.5%

35.5%

66.6%

94.9%

98.9%

95.9%

49.3%

137,850,056

35,027,767

12,278,804

2,688,335

611,202

231,145

849,965

3,905,975

Not enrolled in school

Continental United States

United States

4,324

3,341

4,949

4,339

14,403

26,273

26,325

4,569

4.8%

10.6%

27.0%

50.3%

96.4%

98.8%

96.3%

47.5%

85,537

28,175

13,400

4,285

538

320

1,019

5,050

3,749

3,695

6,071

5,057

8,310

14,511

13,887

2,516

6.5%

14.1%

40.1%

67.6%

95.3%

98.1%

94.3%

42.9%

53,542

22,480

9,059

2,428

411

275

832

3,351

8,073

7,036

11,020

9,396

22,713

40,784

40,212

7,085

5.5%

12.2%

32.9%

58.3%

96.0%

98.6%

95.6%

45.8%

139,079

50,655

22,459

6,713

949

595

1,851

8,401

% Not % Not % Not Enrolled Enrolled EnEnrolled enrolled Enrolled enrolled Enrolled enrolled in in rolled in in in in in in in school school school school school school school school school

State of Hawai‘i

Native Hawaiian

Native Hawaiian School Enrollment by Age in the United States: 2000.

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

3,795,049

% Enrolled in Enrolled school in school

United States

3 and 4 yrs

Age Groups

Table 4.34

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98.9%

10 to 14 years

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

4.8%

Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

47.5%

96.3%

98.8%

96.4%

50.3%

27.0%

10.6%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

United States

49.3%

94.9%

15 to 17 years

3 and 4 years

66.6%

18 and 19 years

95.9%

35.5%

20 to 24 years

5 to 9 years

11.5%

3.4%

25 to 34 years

35 years and over

Figure 4.34: Native Hawaiians Enrolled in School in the United States: 2000

42.9%

94.3%

98.1%

95.3%

67.6%

40.1%

14.1%

6.5%

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School Enrollment Table 4.35

Native Hawaiian School Enrollment by School Level and School Type in Hawai‘i: 2000.

Enrolled in …

State of Hawai‘i Students

Nursery school preschool

Native Hawaiian

%

Students

%

17,909

5.6%

5,439

6.1%

Public school

7,529

42.0%

2,508

46.1%

Private school

10,380

58.0%

2,931

53.9%

Kindergarten

16,697

5.2%

5,240

5.9%

Public school

14,333

85.8%

4,625

88.3%

Private school

2,364

14.2%

615

11.7%

Grade 1 to grade 4

68,330

21.3%

21,878

24.7%

Public school

59,536

87.1%

19,614

89.7%

Private school

8,794

12.9%

2,264

10.3%

Grade 5 to grade 8

67,988

21.2%

21,497

24.3%

Public school

56,657

83.3%

18,747

87.2%

Private school

11,331

16.7%

2,750

12.8%

Grade 9 to grade 12

70,170

21.9%

21,439

24.2%

Public school

58,173

82.9%

18,207

84.9%

Private school

11,997

17.1%

3,232

15.1%

66,354

20.7%

11,580

13.1%

Public school

50,488

76.1%

9,042

78.1%

Private school

15,866

23.9%

2,538

21.9%

13,394

4.2%

1,450

1.6%

Public school

8,499

63.5%

865

59.7%

Private school

4,895

57.6%

585

67.6%

1,165,360

 

226,847

 

College undergraduate years

Graduate or professional school

Population 3 years and over Population enrolled in school

320,842

27.5%

88,523

39.0%

Not enrolled in school

844,518

72.5%

138,324

61.0%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

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58.0% 85.8% 14.2% 87.1% 12.9% 83.3% 16.7% 82.9% 17.1% 76.1% 23.9% 63.5% 57.6%

Nursery school/preschool: Private school

Kindergarten: Public school

Kindergarten: Private school

Grade 1 to 4: Public school

Grade 1 to 4: Private school

Grade 5 to 8: Public school

Grade 5 to 8: Private school

Grade 9 to 12: Public school

Grade 9 to 12: Private school

College undergraduate: Public school

College undergraduate: Private school

Graduate/professional school: Public school

Graduate/professional school: Private school

State of Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiian

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

42.0%

Nursery school/preschool: Public school

Figure 4.35: Native Hawaiian Public-Private School Enrollment in Hawaiÿi: 2000

67.6%

59.7%

21.9%

78.1%

15.1%

84.9%

12.8%

87.2%

10.3%

89.7%

11.7%

88.3%

53.9%

46.1%

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70,170 58,173 11,997

Grade 9 to grade 12

Public school

Private school

320,842 844,518

Population enrolled in school

Not enrolled in school

72.5%

27.5%

 

57.6%

63.5%

4.2%

23.9%

76.1%

20.7%

17.1%

82.9%

21.9%

16.7%

83.3%

21.2%

21.3%

24,007

16,716

40,723

72

114

186

194

1,764

1,958

303

4,091

4,394

252

3,825

4,077

304

3,851

4,155

41

943

984

421

541

962

5.8%

59.0%

41.0%

 

63.2%

61.3%

1.1%

9.9%

90.1%

11.7%

6.9%

93.1%

26.3%

6.2%

93.8%

24.4%

7.3%

92.7%

24.9%

4.2%

95.8%

5.9%

43.8%

56.2%

Hawai‘i

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

1,165,360

4,895

Private school

Population 3 years and over

8,499

Public school

13,394

15,866

Private school

Graduate/professional school

50,488

Public school

66,354

11,331

Private school

College undergraduate years

56,657

Public school

12.9%

8,794 67,988

Private school

59,536

Public school

Grade 5 to grade 8

87.1%

68,330

Grade 1 to grade 4

14.2%

2,364

Private school

85.8%

14,333

5.2%

58.0%

42.0%

5.6%

Public school

16,697

10,380

Private school

Kindergarten:

7,529

17,909

State of Hawai‘i

89,431

56,002

145,433

73

115

186

194

1,765

1,958

303

4,092

4,394

252

3,826

4,077

304

3,852

4,155

41

944

984

421

542

962

61.5%

38.5%

 

63.4%

61.6%

0.3%

9.9%

90.1%

3.5%

6.9%

93.1%

7.8%

6.2%

93.8%

7.3%

7.3%

92.7%

7.4%

4.2%

95.9%

1.8%

43.8%

56.3%

28

250

278

117

214

331

7,400

5,045

12,445

9

10

19

9

315

324

92

1,292

1,384

99

1,300

1,399

46

1,264

6.6%

59.5%

40.5%

 

90.0%

52.6%

0.4%

2.8%

97.2%

6.4%

6.6%

93.4%

27.4%

7.1%

92.9%

27.7%

3.5%

96.5%

26.0%

10.1%

89.9%

5.5%

35.3%

64.7%

Kaua‘i

1,310

County 1.7%

Honolulu

Native Hawaiian

17,398

10,760

28,158

10

11

19

9

316

324

92

1,293

1,384

99

1,301

1,399

46

1,265

1,310

28

251

278

117

215

331

3.5%

96.5%

12.2%

10.1%

90.2%

2.6%

35.4%

64.8%

3.1%

88,523

226,847

585

865

1,450

2,538

9,042

11,580

3,232

18,207

21,439

2,750

18,747

21,497

2,264

19,614

21,878

615

4,625

5,240

2,931

2,508

5,439

61.0%

39.0%

 

67.6%

59.7%

1.6%

21.9%

78.1%

13.1%

15.1%

84.9%

24.2%

12.8%

87.2%

24.3%

10.3%

89.7%

24.7%

11.7%

88.3%

5.9%

53.9%

46.1%

6.1%

State of Hawai‘i

61.8% 138,324

38.2%

 

94.1%

55.4%

0.2%

2.8%

97.5%

3.0%

6.7%

93.4%

12.9%

7.1%

93.0%

13.0%

Maui

Native Hawaiian School Enrollment by School Level and School Type by County: 2000.

Public school

Nursery school preschool

Enrolled in …

Table 4.36

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6.9%

Grade 9 to 12: Private school

7.3%

10.1%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

35.3%

52.6%

Maui County

9.9%

97.2%

6.6%

93.4%

7.1%

92.9%

96.5%

89.9%

64.7%

90.0% Kauaÿi County

61.6%

90.1%

6.9%

93.1%

6.2%

93.8%

92.7%

Honolulu County

63.4%

43.8% 95.9%

56.3%

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Hawaiÿi County

63.2%

4.2%

9.9%

7.3%

61.3%

90.1%

93.1%

Grade 9 to 12: Public school

College undergraduate: Public school College undergraduate: Private school Graduate/professional school: Public school Graduate/professional school: Private school

6.2%

Grade 5 to 8: Private school

92.7%

93.8%

4.2%

95.8%

43.8%

56.2%

Grade 5 to 8: Public school

Grade 1 to 4: Private school

Grade 1 to 4: Public school

Kindergarten: Private school

Kindergarten: Public school

Nursery school/preschool: Public school Nursery school/preschool: Private school

3.5%

94.1%

2.8%

3.5%

55.4%

97.5%

6.7%

93.4%

7.1%

93.0%

96.5%

2.8%

10.1%

90.2%

35.4%

64.8%

Table 4.36: Native Hawaiian Students in Public and Private Schools by County: 2000

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1,926,496 16,709,809 14,972,630 1,737,179 16,380,951 14,848,628 1,532,323

Private school

Grade 5 to grade 8

Public school

Private school

Grade 9 to grade 12

Public school

Private school

6.5%

71.6%

28.4%

 

64.7%

60.7%

4.1%

22.4%

77.6%

18.8%

9.4%

90.6%

21.4%

10.4%

89.6%

21.8%

11.4%

88.6%

22.1%

14.9%

85.1%

5.4%

46.2%

53.8%

138,324

88,523

226,847

585

865

1,450

2,538

9,042

11,580

3,232

18,207

21,439

2,750

18,747

21,497

2,264

19,614

21,878

615

4,625

5,240

2,931

2,508

5,439

State of Hawai‘i

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

193,443,249

76,632,927

Population enrolled in school

Not enrolled in school

270,076,176

1,220,193

Private school

Population 3 years and over

1,887,305

Public school

3,107,498

3,221,211

Private school

Graduate or professional school

11,154,553

Public school

14,375,764

15,017,336

Public school

College undergraduate years

16,943,832

621,446

Private school

Grade 1 to grade 4

3,536,045

Public school

4,157,491

2,290,976

Private school

Kindergarten

2,666,606

4,957,582

United States 6.1%

61.0%

39.0%

 

67.6%

59.7%

1.6%

21.9%

78.1%

13.1%

15.1%

84.9%

24.2%

12.8%

87.2%

24.3%

10.3%

89.7%

24.7%

11.7%

88.3%

5.9%

53.9%

46.1%

92,378

57,796

150,174

805

1,065

1,870

3,488

10,164

13,652

941

11,552

12,493

1,019

10,907

11,926

1,202

10,520

11,722

526

2,512

3,038

1,393

1,702

3,095

61.5%

38.5%

 

75.6%

57.0%

3.2%

25.5%

74.5%

23.6%

7.5%

92.5%

21.6%

8.5%

91.5%

20.6%

10.3%

89.7%

20.3%

17.3%

82.7%

5.3%

45.0%

55.0%

5.4%

Continental United States

Native Hawaiians

230,702

146,319

377,021

1,390

1,930

3,320

6,026

19,206

25,232

4,173

29,759

33,932

3,769

29,654

33,423

3,466

30,134

33,600

1,141

7,137

8,278

4,324

4,210

8,534

5.8%

61.2%

38.8%

 

72.0%

58.1%

2.3%

23.9%

76.1%

17.2%

12.3%

87.7%

23.2%

11.3%

88.7%

22.8%

10.3%

89.7%

23.0%

13.8%

86.2%

5.7%

50.7%

49.3%

United States

Native Hawaiian School Enrollment by School Level and School Type in the United States: 2000.

Public school

Nursery school preschool

Enrolled in …

Table 4.37

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10.3% 87.2% 12.8% 84.9% 15.1%

Grade 1 to 4: Private school

Grade 5 to 8: Public school

Grade 5 to 8: Private school

Grade 9 to 12: Public school

Grade 9 to 12: Private school

State of Hawaiÿi

Continental United States

7.5%

92.5%

8.5%

91.5%

10.3%

89.7%

67.6%

Graduate/professional school: Private school

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

59.7%

Graduate/professional school: Public school

75.6%

57.0%

25.5%

89.7%

Grade 1 to 4: Public school

17.3%

21.9%

11.7%

Kindergarten: Private school

82.7%

74.5%

88.3%

Kindergarten: Public school

45.0%

55.0%

78.1%

53.9%

Nursery school/preschool: Private school

College undergraduate: Public school College undergraduate: Private school

46.1%

Nursery school/preschool: Public school

Figure 4.37 Native Hawaiian Public-Private School Enrollment in Hawaiÿi and the Continental United States: 2000

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54%

13%

Average

Above Average

39%

Meets or exceeds

52%

Meets or exceeds

65%

35%

52%

48%

23%

53%

24%

40%

60%

34%

66%

10%

57%

32%

15%

53%

32%

50%

50%

28%

72%

11%

59%

29%

16%

54%

30%

64%

36%

44%

56%

23%

59%

19%

28%

52%

20%

Other

Grade 5 Native Hawaiian

42%

58%

26%

74%

5%

65%

30%

12%

51%

37%

60%

40%

44%

56%

15%

66%

19%

25%

52%

23%

Other

Grade 6 Native Hawaiian

49%

51%

24%

76%

9%

53%

38%

8%

57%

35%

67%

33%

42%

58%

21%

53%

26%

21%

57%

22%

Other

Grade 7 Native Hawaiian

48%

52%

14%

86%

8%

63%

29%

10%

58%

32%

65%

35%

30%

70%

20%

62%

18%

23%

56%

21%

Other

Grade 8 Native Hawaiian

54%

46%

14%

86%

9%

62%

29%

16%

49%

34%

69%

31%

34%

66%

20%

60%

20%

33%

45%

21%

Other

Grade 10 Native Hawaiian

Source: Kamehameha Schools, DOE Updates 2006-2007: Native Hawaiian Performance Characteristics in Public Schools. (Honolulu)

TerraNova, Second Edition: TerraNova Assessment is a national standardized, norm referenced set of tests that show how well a group of students’ do compared to a nationally selected group of students (called the “norm group”). For the norm group, 77% score average and above on a TerraNova test.

HSA Reading, Math, Writing, and Science: Hawaii State Assessment (HSA) measures student achievement in reading, mathematics, writing, and science. The Reading and Math tests, sometimes referred to as HCPS III tests in other Department of Education (DOE) reports, are currently given in grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10. The Writing test is currently given in grades 4, 6, 9, and 11. The Science test is currently given in grades 5, 7, and 11. The data shown are assessment results and not No Child Left Behind (NCLB) accountability results that are calculated using federally mandated procedures. Note. In 2006-2007, the Hawaii Content and Performance Standards (HCPS) III and TerraNova assessments were used. These assessments are not comparable to the HCPS II and Stanford 9 assessments used in prior years.

58%

42%

52%

48%

22%

58%

20%

29%

51%

20%

Other

Grade 4 Native Hawaiian

* Data not disclosed when any cell is equal to zero percent Below average = stanine score of 1-3 (normal distribution: 23%) Average = stanine score of 4-6 (normal distribution: 54%) Above average = stanine score of 7-9 (normal distribution: 23%)

48%

Below or approaches

HSA Reading Standards

61%

Below or approaches

HSA Math Standards

33%

Below Average

Terra Nova - Reading

56% 21%

55%

13%

Average

Above Average

Other

23%

Native Hawaiian

Grade 3

Standardized Test Scores for Students Attending Public School in Hawaiÿi: School Year 2006-2007.

31%

Below Average

Terra Nova - Math

 

Table 4.38

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Figure: 4.39a Educational Attainment in Hawaiÿi: 2000 Graduate or professional degree

68,003

3,923

Bachelor's degree

148,840

12,280

Associate degree

70,879

9,391

Some college, no degree

215,617

34,612

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

273,817

64,952

9th to 12th grade, no diploma

80,822

18,686

Less than 9th grade

59,234

4,506

State of Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiian

Figure: 4.39b Educational Attainment in Hawaiÿi: 2000 Graduate or professional degree Bachelor's degree Associate degree Some college, no degree High school graduate (inc equivalency) 9th to 12th grade, no diploma Less than 9th grade

7.4%

2.6%

16.2%

8.3%

7.7%

6.3%

23.5%

23.3%

29.9%

43.8%

8.8%

12.6%

6.5%

3.0%

State of Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiian

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003) Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

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140,056

560,313

216,843

No high school diploma

High School graduate or higher

Bachelor’s degree or higher

23.6%

61.1%

15.3%

2,152

19,112

4,297

25,561

Hawai‘i

471

1,681

1,801

5,603

11,708

3,502

795

Hawai‘i

8.4%

74.8%

16.8%

 

1.8%

6.6%

7.0%

21.9%

45.8%

13.7%

3.1%

12,168

70,595

14,389

97,152

County

12.5%

72.7%

14.8%

 

160

420

540

1,836

3,478

971

254

580

5,854

1,225

7,659

7.6%

76.4%

16.0%

Kaua‘i  

2.1%

5.5%

7.1%

24.0%

45.4%

12.7%

3.3%

Kaua‘i

Native Hawaiian

3.1%

9.4%

6.3%

23.8%

42.6%

11.9%

2.9%

Honolulu

3,022

9,146

6,100

23,076

41,419

11,589

2,800

Honolulu

County

Native Hawaiian

657

Maui

1,303

13,365

3,222

17,890

Maui

270

1,033

950

4,097

8,318

2,565

Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in Hawaiÿi: 2000.

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

917,212

Population 18 years and older

 

7.4%

16.2%

7.7%

23.5%

29.9%

8.8%

6.5%

State of Hawai‘i

68,003

Graduate or professional degree

Educational Attainment

148,840

215,617

Some college no degree

Bachelor’s degree

273,817

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

70,879

80,822

9th to 12th grade no diploma

Associate degree

59,234

State of Hawai‘i

Less than 9th grade

Educational Attainment

Table 4.39

Education Outcomes

7.3%

74.7%

18.0%

 

1.5%

5.8%

5.3%

22.9%

46.5%

14.3%

3.7%

2.6%

8.3%

6.3%

23.3%

43.8%

12.6%

3.0%

16,203

108,955

23,192

148,350

10.9%

73.4%

15.6%

 

State of Hawai‘i

3,923

12,280

9,391

34,612

64,952

18,686

4,506

State of Hawai‘i

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Figure 4.40a Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in the United States: 2000 Graduate or professional degree

3,923

5,634

Bachelor's degree

12,280

12,859

Associate degree

9,391

7,773

Some college, no degree

34,612

33,183

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

64,952

30,086

9th to 12th grade, no diploma

18,686

12,515

4,506

4,031

Less than 9th grade

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

Figure 4.40b Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in the United States: 2000 Graduate or professional degree

2.6%

5.3%

Bachelor's degree

8.3%

12.1%

Associate degree

6.3%

7.3%

Some college, no degree

23.3%

31.3%

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

43.8%

28.4%

9th to 12th grade, no diploma

12.6%

11.8%

3.0%

3.8%

Less than 9th grade

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003) Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

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47,636,493

12,608,526

30,281,901

16,295,225

Some college no degree

Associate degree

Bachelor’s degree

Graduate or professional degree

7.1%

7.8%

14.5%

6.0%

22.8%

28.6%

42,550,252

120,151,771

46,577,126

No high school diploma

High School graduate or higher

Bachelor’s degree or higher

22.3%

57.4%

20.3%

 

3.0%

2.6%

8.3%

6.3%

23.3%

43.8%

12.6%

16,203

108,955

23,192

10.9%

73.4%

15.6%

 

State of Hawai‘i 148,350

3,923

12,280

9,391

34,612

64,952

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

209,279,149

Population 18 years and older

4,506 18,686

State of Hawai‘i 4,031

3.8%

5.3%

12.1%

7.3%

31.3%

28.4%

11.8%

18,493

71,042

16,546

17.4%

67.0%

15.6%

 

Continental United States

Native Hawaiian

106,081

5,634

12,859

7,773

33,183

30,086

12,515

Continental United States

Native Hawaiian

Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in the United States: 2000.

13.2%

United States

59,906,752

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

Educational Attainment

14,835,153

27,715,099

9th to 12th grade no diploma

United States

Less than 9th grade

Educational Attainment

Table 4.40

Education Outcomes

8,537

34,696

179,997

39,738

3.8%

9.9%

6.7%

26.6%

37.4%

12.3%

3.4%

13.6%

70.7%

15.6%

 

United States 254,431

9,557

25,139

17,164

67,795

95,038

31,201

United States

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Figure 4.40a Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in the United States: 2000 Graduate or professional degree

3,923

5,634

Bachelor's degree

12,280

12,859

Associate degree

9,391

7,773

Some college, no degree

34,612

33,183

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

64,952

30,086

9th to 12th grade, no diploma

18,686

12,515

4,506

4,031

Less than 9th grade

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

Figure 4.40b Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment in the United States: 2000 Graduate or professional degree

2.6%

5.3%

Bachelor's degree

8.3%

12.1%

Associate degree

6.3%

7.3%

Some college, no degree

23.3%

31.3%

High school graduate (inc equivalency)

43.8%

28.4%

9th to 12th grade, no diploma

12.6%

11.8%

3.0%

3.8%

Less than 9th grade

Native Hawaiians in Hawaiÿi

Native Hawaiians in the Continental United States

Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003) Source: US. Bureau of the Census. Census 2000 Summary File 4 (SF 4) (April 29, 2003)

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2,280

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

3,698

1,016

125

656

315

258

953

375

Bachelor’s Degrees

100

17

1

23

9

5

32

13

1,169

306

48

178

42

104

402

89

193

53

11

23

4

21

74

7

176

53

5

36

11

16

40

15

Post Master’s Doctor’s First Baccalaureate Degrees Degrees Professional

7,996

2,055

includes counts for “no data”. Advanced Professional Cert (APC)

Source:  Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawai‘i, Fiscal Year 2007-08. (Honolulu).

First Professional (JD,MD,ArchD)

Master’s Degrees (MA,MS,etc) Doctor’s Degrees (PhD,EdD,DrPH)

Bachelor’s Degrees (BA,BAS,BS,etc.) Post Baccalaureate (PB,PD,PDE)

Associate in Science (AS,AAS,ATS)

Certificate of Achievement (CA) Associate in Arts (AA)

c

b Others include: Asian Indian, Korean, Laotian, Mixed Asian, Other Asian, Thai, Vietnamese, Guamanian or Chamorro, Micronesian, Mixed Pacific Islander, Pacific Islander, Samoan, Tongan, Hispanic, Puerto Rican, Mixed Hispanic, African American, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Mixed Race, No Data.

a

246

1,392

887

528

1,928

960

Total c

The University of Hawai‘i System includes the three campuses (UH at Mänoa, UH at Hilo, UH at West O‘ahu) and the UH Community College System (Hawai‘i, Honolulu, Kapi‘olani, Kaua‘i, Leeward, Maui, and Windward)

Total

378

535

73

Other

56

0

437

398

b

39

108

117

357

380

Korean

Japanese

Filipino

7

70

Chinese

81

Caucasian

Advanced Professional Certificate

Degrees and Certificates

Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees and Certificates Earned in the University of Hawai‘i Systema: July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.

Associates Certificate of in Arts and Achievement Science

Native Hawaiian

Race

Table 4.41

Education Outcomes

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Source: Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawai‘i, Fiscal Year 2007-08. (Honolulu).

Source: Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawai‘i, Fiscal Year 2007-08. (Honolulu).

Associates in Arts and Science 380 40%

Certificate of Achievement 81 8%

First Professional 15 2% Master's Degrees 89 9%

Bachelor's Degrees 375 39%

Post Baccalaureate 13 1%

Doctor's Degrees 7 1%

Table 4.41: Degrees and Certificates Earned by Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawai‘i System: July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.

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2

Doctor’s Degrees (PhD, DrPH) 898

100.0%

2.6%

0.2%

11.0%

1.6%

33.9%

0.0%

44.1%

6.7%

%

100.0%

970

14

4

91

15

349

0

420

77

1.4%

0.4%

9.4%

1.5%

36.0%

0.0%

43.3%

7.9%

%

100.0%

2005-06 No.

2.3%

2.1%

15.7%

1.8%

47.4%

0.0%

27.0%

3.8%

%

6,955

158

141

1,033

89

3,252

2

2,011

269

No.

880

18

3

83

14

334

0

382

46

2.0%

0.3%

9.4%

1.6%

38.0%

0.0%

43.4%

5.2%

%

100.0%

2005-06 No.

2.3%

2.0%

14.9%

1.3%

46.8%

0.0%

28.9%

3.9%

%

100.0%

2005-06

Native Hawaiian Students

6,947

160

143

1,090

124

3,290

2

1,875

263

No.

2005-06

Source: Hawai‘i State, University of Hawai‘i, Institutional Research Office, Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawai‘i. (Honolulu).

Total

23

99

Master’s Degrees (MA, MS, etc.)

First Professional (JD, MD, DArch)

14

304

0

396

No.

2.1%

2.2%

15.7%

1.6%

45.0%

0.0%

29.4%

4.0%

%

100.0%

2004-05

Post-Baccalaureate (PCERT, PDN)

Bachelor’s Degrees (BA, BAS, BS, etc.)

Advanced Professional Cert (APC)

Associates in Arts and Science (AA, AAS, AS, ATS)

Certificate of Achievement (CA)

Degree and Certificates Earned

138

First Professional (JD, MD, DArch) 6,639

147

Doctor’s Degrees (PhD, DrPH)

Total

1,044

105

2,990

1

1,950

264

No.

Master’s Degrees (MA, MS, etc.)

Post-Baccalaureate (PCERT, PDN)

Bachelor’s Degrees (BA, BAS, BS, etc.)

Advanced Professional Cert (APC)

Associates in Arts and Science (AA, AAS, AS, ATS)

Certificate of Achievement (CA)

2004-05

Non-Hawaiian Students

81

960

15

7

89

13

375

0

380

No.

2.3%

2.6%

15.3%

1.2%

47.2%

0.0%

27.0%

4.2%

%

100.0%

1.6%

0.7%

9.3%

1.4%

39.1%

0.0%

39.6%

8.4%

%

100.0% 2007-08

7,036

161

186

1,080

87

3,323

2

1,900

297

No.

2007-08

Degrees and Certificates Earned by Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawaiÿi System: FY 2004­05 to FY 2007- 08.

Degree and Certificates Earned

Table 4.42

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Percent (%)

Figure 4.42a Degrees and Certificates Earned by Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawaiÿi System: FY 2004−05 to FY 2007-08. 50.0% 45.0% 40.0% 35.0% 30.0% 25.0% 20.0% 15.0% 10.0% 5.0% 0.0% 2004-05

2005-06

2005-06

2007-08

Certificate of Achievement

Associates in Arts and Science

Bachelor's Degrees

Post-Baccalaureate

Master's Degrees

Doctor's Degrees

First Professional

Figure 4.42b Degrees and Certificates Earned by Native Hawaiians in the University of Hawaiÿi System: FY 2004−05 to FY 2007-08. 450 400 Student Count

350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 2004-05

2005-06

2005-06

2007-08

Certificate of Achievement

Associates in Arts and Science

Bachelor's Degrees

Post-Baccalaureate

Master's Degrees

Doctor's Degrees

First Professional

Source: Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Degrees

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3,949

Women

3,858

2,782

6,640

1,725

99

71

170

774

586

1,360

487

369

856

277

206

483

768

510

1,278

4,176

2,896

7,076

1,592

124

68

192

585

621

1,479

478

403

882

346

239

585

876

578

1,455

547

344

891

2002-03

4,306

2,907

7,246

1,764

132

73

207

857

583

1,441

475

319

794

340

227

567

943

674

1,618

562

292

855

2003-04

4,544

2,956

7,537

1,952

126

90

217

898

577

1,475

478

307

785

309

234

544

995

668

1,666

587

311

898

2004-05

4,785

3,101

7,917

2,025

156

98

254

890

554

1,446

460

363

823

286

229

516

1,126

756

1,883

648

322

970

2005-06

4,682

3,138

7,835

2,042

126

72

198

902

573

1,476

466

347

813

308

238

547

1,104

775

1,879

569

310

880

2006-07

4,721

3,262

7,996

2,055

160

85

246

874

517

1,392

489

398

887

291

236

528

1,108

816

1,928

620

339

960

2007-08

59.0%

40.8%

 

 

65.0%

34.6%

 

62.8%

37.1%

 

55.1%

44.9%

 

55.1%

44.7%

 

57.5%

42.3%

 

64.6%

Source: Hawai‘i State. University of Hawai‘i. Institutional Research Office. Degrees and Certificates Earned, University of Hawai‘i. (Honolulu).

b Others include: Asian Indian, Laotian, Mixed Asian, Other Asian, Thai, Vietnamese, Guamanian or Chamorro, Micronesian, Mixed Pacific Islander, Pacific Islander, Samoan, Tongan, Hispanic, Puerto Rican, Mixed Hispanic, African American, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Mixed Race, No Data.

a

  35.3%

The University of Hawai‘i System includes the three campuses (UH at Mänoa, UH at Hilo, UH at West O‘ahu) and the UH Community College System (Hawai‘i, Honolulu, Kapi‘olani, Kaua‘i, Leeward, Maui, and Windward)

2,860

6,811

Total

Men

2,042

160

Others b

Women

69

Men

733

Women 174

514

Men

Korean

467 1,247

Women

383

Men

Japanese

850

261

Women

Filipino

254

729

Women

Men

471

Men 515

1,201

Caucasian

Chinese

469

491

277

313

Men

Women

2001-02 768

2000-01

Fiscal Year (July 1 to June 30)

Racial/Ethnic Distribution of Degrees Earned in the University of Hawai‘i System a All Campuses: FY 2000-01 to FY 200708.

782

Native Hawaiian

Race

Table 4.43

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Figure 4.43a: Racial Distribution of Degrees Earned in the University of Hawaiÿi System: 2007-08

Native  Hawaiian 12%

Others 26%

Caucasian 24%

Korean 3% Japanese 17% Filipino 11%

Chinese 7%

Table 4.43b: Degrees Earned by Native Hawaiian Men and Women in the University of Hawaiÿi System: 2000-2008 1,200 970

1,000

Degrees

800

891 782

855

880

768

600

313

344 277

648

587

562

547

491

469

400

960

898

620

569

292

311

322

310

2003‐04

2004‐05

2005‐06

2006‐07

339

200 0 2000‐01

2001‐02

2002‐03

2007‐08

School Year Native Hawaiian‐Total

Native Hawaiian‐Men

Native Hawaiian‐Women

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296,705

16,864

Spoke a language other than English at home

Hawaiian

1,436

133,631

(X)

7,178

54,779,373

224,591,054

Number of Speakers

754

24,118,798

(X)

Spoke English less than “Very Well”

24,042

55,076,078

225,488,799

Number of Speakers

2,190

24,252,429

(X)

Spoke English less than “Very Well”

United States

Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

Note: The data reflects those who speak Hawaiian at home, it does not account for all of those who speak Hawaiian.

Household Language: In households where one or more persons (age 5 years or over) speak a language other than English, the household language assigned to all household members is the non-English language spoken by the first person with a non-English language in the following order: householder, spouse, parent, sibling, child, grandchild, other relative, stepchild, unmarried partner, housemate or roommate, roomer, boarder, or foster child, or other nonrelative. Thus, persons who speak only English may have a non-English household language assigned to them in tabulations of persons by household language.

Note: Data is based on sample and is subject to sampling variability.

897,745

Spoke English less than “Very Well”

Continental United States

Hawaiian language Spoken at Home and Ability to Speak English for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States: 2006-2008. State of Hawaiÿi

Number of Speakers

Spoke only English at home

Language Spoken

Table 4.44

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Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

Continental United States 7,178 30%

State of Hawaiÿi 16,864 70%

Figure 4.44: Hawaiian Language Spoken at Home: 200608

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State of Hawaiÿi

Selected Languages Spoken at Home and Ability to Speak English for Persons 5 Years and Over, in Hawai‘i: 2006-2008. Number of Speakers

Margin of Error

Spoke English less than “Very Well”

Margin of Error

Spoke only English at home

897,745

6,302

(X)

(X)

Spoke a language other than English at home

296,705

6,292

133,631

3,815

Top 20 languages spoken at home

Number of Speakers

Margin of Error

Spoke English less than “Very Well”

Margin of Error

Tagalog

52,562

3,745

25,620

2,092

Japanese

48,179

2,437

21,156

1,658

Ilocano

44,591

2,645

26,572

2,218

Chinese

27,588

2,336

15,553

1,614

Spanish

25,099

2,225

7,466

1,195

Chinese

18,167

1,788

9,887

1,279

Korean

17,148

1,873

11,224

1,440

Hawaiian

16,864

1,845

1,436

323

Samoan

11,960

2,128

3,820

844

Vietnamese

8,110

1,460

5,349

1,105

Cantonese

6,872

1,261

4,581

962

French

4,864

862

556

223

German

3,938

736

541

253

Marshallese

3,589

1,410

1,875

901

Tongan

3,087

1,341

916

438

Bisayan

2,914

1,207

1,992

1,119

Trukese

2,863

1,244

1,711

703

Micronesian

2,583

1,050

1,447

697

Mandarin

2,017

563

737

322

Thai

1,751

472

901

346

Note: Data is based on sample and is subject to sampling variability. Household Language: In households where one or more persons (age 5 years or over) speak a language other than English, the household language assigned to all household members is the non-English language spoken by the first person with a non-English language in the following order: householder, spouse, parent, sibling, child, grandchild, other relative, stepchild, unmarried partner, housemate or roommate, roomer, boarder, or foster child, or other nonrelative. Thus, persons who speak only English may have a nonEnglish household language assigned to them in tabulations of persons by household language.

Source: US. Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey.

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Chinese 10%

Ilocano 17%

Tagalog 20%

Source: Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Source:US. US. Census Census Bureau, 2006-2008 American Community Survey. Survey.

Spanish 9%

Chinese 7%

Korean 6%

Hawaiian 6%

Samoan 4%

Vietnamese 3%

Japanese 18%

Figure 4.45: Top Ten Non-English Languages Spoken at Home in Hawaiÿi: 2000

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Statistics on primary and secondary school enrollment go as far back as 1820 when the newly arrived New England Protestant missionaries introduced American style classroom instruction to the Islands. Statistics on enrollment for the school year 2008-09 indicates that 49,650 (28%) public school students were identified as Native Hawaiian, The majority of them, 66%, were enrolled in O‘ahu schools. Enrollment statistics for the University of Hawai‘i system (Fall 2009) indicates that Hawaiian students number 10,392 and comprised more than 14% of the University’s student population. This is a 68% increase from ten years earlier, but their overall percentage of the University’s student enrollment has not changed much. Certainly, there are many other Native Hawaiians are attending one of the many universities and colleges on the continent. The 2000 U.S. Census reported 28,552 Native Hawaiians attending college in the United States, of those, 15,522 (54%) were attending colleges on the Continental United States. Overall, of those 25 years and over in 2009: • • • • •

Native Hawaiian with less than a high school diploma, 8.5% (9.6% State of Hawaiÿi). Native Hawaiians who were a high school graduate (includes equivalency), 45.0% (28.9% State of Hawaiÿi). Native Hawaiians with some collage or associate’s degree, 33.6%, (32.0% State of Hawaiÿi). Native Hawaiians who had a bachelor’s degree, 9.7%, (19.6% State of Hawaiÿi). Native Hawaiians who had a graduate or professional degree, 3.2%, (9.9% State of Hawaiÿi).

From the 1990 U.S. Census to the 2000 U.S. Census, the number of Native Hawaiians attending college increased 88%. Those attending college on the continent increased 98%, but those attending private colleges on the continent decreased from 74% to 28%. A large segment of Native Hawaiians are seeking higher education, but many are seeking it outside of Hawai‘i. It is not clear how many Hawai‘i residents are going to the U.S. Continent for their higher education needs. It is also not clear, of those who leave the islands, how many return back to the islands or remain on the continent for its economic opportunities. There are also those who are educated in the islands but leave due to the limited employment opportunities in their field of study.

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