Nā Honua Mauli Ola—Cultural Pathways for Culturally Healthy and Responsive Learning Environments
The nine cultural pathways of Nā Honua Mauli Ola was developed by a thirty-two member committee with support from the Native Hawaiian Education Council (NHEC), Kamehameha Schools (KS), Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College UH Hilo.
For a free copy of the Kumu Honua Mauli Ola philosophy statement written in Hawaiian and translated in English, French, Spanish and Japanese, download the .pdf version on the website of the ‘Aha Pūnana Leo. To purchase a copy please visit the website of Kamehameha Publishing.
Nā Honua Mauli Ola (NHMO), First Edition
A pdf. version of the Hawaiian cultural guidelines called the Nā Honua Mauli Ola--Hawaiʻi Guidelines for Culturally Healthy and Responsive Learning Environments (NHMO) are now available for downloading. These guidelines have been developed by the Native Hawaiian Education Council (NHEC) in partnership with Ka Haka ‘Ula O Ke‘elikōlani College of Hawaiian Language. The document includes a set of sixteen guidelines that contain strategies and recommendations for improving the quality of educational outcomes for learners, educators, families, communities and schools/institutions.
Available now is the support brochure in pdf format which provides a brief explanation of the concepts and components found in the document. Also, included are the seven guiding themes essential to understanding the sixteen cultural guidelines.
To order a copy, contact the Honua Mauli Ola committee or email directly to email@example.com.
- Invitation (PDF) - April 22, 2002, Statewide Meeting Schedule
- NHMO Introduction (PDF) - May 6, 2002
- Committee draft #1 (PDF) - March 22, 2002, CHARLE Committee
- Committee draft #2 (PDF) - April 23, 2002, Honua Mauli Ola Committee
- Committee draft #3 (PDF) - May 7, 2002, Honua Mauli Ola Committee
- Committee draft #4 (PDF) - May 13, 2002, Honua Mauli Ola Committee
- Committee Master Draft #1 (PDF) - May 19, 2002, Honua Mauli Ola Committee
Inspired by the guidelines developed by the Alaska Native Educator Associations and the Alaska Native Knowledge Network.