MacCAUGHEY GIVES FAVORABLE OPINION OF SPECIAL SCHOOLS
Superintendent Recommends Establishment of Three Institutions For English-Speaking Children
Within a year or so Honolulu will have three schools primarily for English-speaking children, if recommendations made by Vaughan MacCaughey, superintendent of public instruction, are adopted by the department, and, since the law permits such schools, no objection is expected.
A committee of parents, representing some 400 English-speaking children, petitioned a recent meeting of the school board for the establishment of a school or schools for such children. The superintendent was authorized to investigate and submit a report and recommendations. Continue reading