Hawaii Storytellers: A Question Every Teacher Here Must Ask

In this podcast, former school teacher Beau Ewan tells a wry story about his struggle to make ends meet in Hawaii.
By The Civil Beat Staff /

No one goes into teaching to become rich.

But it can be challenging to remember all the noble reasons that you dedicate your life to teaching children, when every paycheck leaves you wondering how you’ll pay your bills.

In this episode of Civil Beat’s Hawaii Storytellers, college instructor Beau Ewan offers a funny, frank look at what it’s like to teach and live in paradise on a pittance.

And for more a more serious exploration of this topic, take a look at Eric Pape’s column “Living Hawaii: Can You Afford To Be A Teacher In The Islands?”

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