It's like "Craigslist," except the goal is to bring people together to support public schools in Hawaii, reports the Honolulu Star-Bulletin: School stakeholders can click on the new web site to find out how to help. The site is a two-way street, linking would-be donors and volunteers with specific campuses and their needs. Schools are using it to reach beyond their own parents to the community at large, in keeping with a national trend. "With the budget shortfall expected next year, outside help for public schools is crucial," said Ryan Ward, volunteer coordinator at Aiea Elementary School. He is


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