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It's that time of the year when the Hawaii Department of Education (Hawaii DOE) forces students to attend class in August -- the overall hottest month in Hawaii, as seen in the chart below:

Location
Average
June 2015
High
Average
July 2015
High
Average
August 2015
High
Average
September 2015
High
Hilo (east Big island) 84 °F 87 °F 87 °F 87 °F
Honolulu (Oahu) 88 °F 90 °F 90 °F 89 °F
Kahului (Maui) 87 °F 90 °F 91 °F 90 °F
Kailua-Kona (west Big island) 85 °F 87 °F 89 °F 89 °F
Kaunakakai (Molokai) 83 °F 86 °F 86 °F 85 °F
Kapaa (Kauai) 84 °F 86 °F 87 °F 85 °F
Lanai City (Lanai) 79 °F 81 °F 82 °F 81 °F
 

To make matters worse, the Hawaii DOE isn't in a rush to install air conditioners in the hottest classrooms; as a comparison, the Texas Education Agengy (TEA) instantly replaces their broken air conditioners.

To make matters even worse, the Hawaii DOE has written in stone that school will start in August until the 2018-19 school year; as a comparison, the superior educational system in Seattle, Washington, starts their new school year in September, because August is their warmest month.

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