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Make the parent-teacher connection

A primer on Washington’s school funding

Classrooms might look a little different in the Seattle Public School District

Three tips for easing those back-to-school jitters

School Just Got Longer For Students in the Seattle Public School District

This Local School Just Made the Top 10 List of “Best Private Schools in America”

Explore: Your Guide to Educational Enrichment

Whether you're planning outings for preschoolers, educating a third grader at home, running a day camp or teaching high school science, look to Explore to bring community enrichment into the learning experience.

Bundle Up: Seattle is the Epicenter for Outdoor Preschools

Mother Nature shares teaching responsibilities in the new crop of outdoor preschools in the Seattle area.

Whittier Elementary Adopts No Homework Policy

Whittier Elementary digs deep into what science says about homework and rolls out a new "no-homework" policy.

On-site child care programs cut at Seattle schools

Schools already bursting at the seams will need to make more classrooms available as SPS starts to lower class sizes to 17 students per teacher from kindergarten through third grade, which will be required by the state in 2018.

SPS will vote this week whether to maintain a partnership with the Alliance for Education

Will Seattle Public Schools continue a twenty-year relationship with the nonprofit?

Washington Parents in a Fight For Fair Funding

There’s a grassroots, parent-led campaign taking off to fund public education in Washington.

Charter school families and students fight to keep the doors open

Seattle-area parents parents are willing to fight to keep charter schools open.

Teacher Tom gives kids a healthy dose of outdoor play

To this Woodland Park Cooperative School teacher, play, particularly outdoor, unstructured play, is a fundamentally important part of education.

A desire to give back launches a popular Seattle science, art and tech program for underserved kids

STEM Paths Innovation Network, or SPIN, hopes to create a more equitable playing field in the digital realm for low-income kids and kids of color.

Foster Grandparents provide old-school care for kids around King County

The Foster Grandparents Program has grandparents in 20 schools and community centers in King County alone.
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