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ʻĀina-Based Learning Assessment Framework

ABL learning cycle of muʻo liko kumuI Ka Wā Ma Mua, Ka Wā Ma Hope: Bridging Past, Present and Future

‘Ōlelo no‘eau: I ulu no ka lālā i ke kumu

The branches grow because of the trunk.

Without our ancestors we would not be here.



Lūlū means to scatter or sow, as seeds. This action is symbolic of educators planting their knowledge and sharing their expertise with students. This cultivation helps students form a solid base to support their continued development, growth, and expanded skillset and mindset.


This project was supported by a U.S. D.O.E. Title III Native Hawaiian Serving Grant.