Davileigh Kahealani Nae`ole
Kahealani is currently enrolled as a graduate student in the Master’s of Education in Educational Technology program at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. She earned her Bachelors in Applied Business & Information Technology from the University of Hawai`i Maui College. She lives in Kula, Maui with her husband and five children. Presently, she works as the Maui Coordinator for the Liko A`e Native Hawaiian Leadership Program and is also a lecturer at UH Maui College.
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- Developing a Web-based Instructional Module to Assist Students in Understanding the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Financial aid is a key component for students who want to earn a college degree. Without it, many would not be able to consider post-secondary education as an option. Federal regulations require that students meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to be eligible for Federal Financial Aid, yet few students neither know nor understand this requirement.
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