Retired Maui High School Principal Randy Yamanuha said U.S.
looked at what was going on in the world and could envision what needed to be done for Maui and Hawaii students in general to be globally competitive," Yamanuha
10-year term as principal for one of Maui's largest high schools, Yamanuha
staff actively pursued Science Technology Engineering and Math or STEM education projects for their students.
said organizations like Maui Economic Development Board and leaders like Senator Inouye were key to providing educators with technical assistance and outside funding that could be used to empower students interested in the field of robotics, science and even digital media.
It really put meaning into STEM for us," Yamanuha