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  Substitute teachers prevail in back-pay case- The Hawaii Supreme Court will not take up the state's appeal of a ruling that requires the Department of Education to give substitute teachers millions of dollars in back pay. StarAdvertiser, August 18, 2010.
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  Substitute teachers awarded back pay - The state could have to pay up to $15 million in back wages to substitute teachers under a Circuit Court ruling yesterday. Honolulu Advertiser, December 17, 2005.
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  Substitute Teachers deserve better pay - The state Department of Education's position is that substitute teachers are well paid at $112.53 a day. Many of those subs would beg to differ and some are pushing for union representation. Editorial, Honolulu Advertiser, March 23, 2005.
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  Substitutes seeking a voice - A recent pay cut, new expenses for mandatory training sessions and other concerns have prompted some substitutes to sue the Department of Education and push for union representation., Honolulu Advertiser , Mar. 21, 2005.
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  Substitute teacher ruling deferred - A judge postpones her decision on a class-action suit, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Oct. 10, 2004.
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  Substitute teachers denounce 7% cut in pay - A letter dated Oct. 8 to 3,900 DOE subs neglected to explain the $8.39 reduction, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Oct. 19, 2004.
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  Substitute teachers fail to halt pay cuts, Honolulu Advertiser, Jan. 21, 2005.
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