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Seattle Times: Seattle’s Special-Ed Mess

College Spark Washington invests $12 million to help low-income students develop math skills

The College-Ready Math Initiative invests in evidence-based strategies and programs designed to help students improve their score on the 11th grade Smarter Balanced Assessment, which measures a students' growth on the Common Core State Standards.

Award-winning high school photography on view at Tacoma Art Museum

Seattle Times: Compassion Way to Eliminate ‘Epidemic of Anger’ in Schools?

Advocates for children oppose cuts to services to fund McCleary

EMP Museum seeks young musicians to compete in Sound Off! 2015

Dr. Larry Nyland Appointed Seattle Public Schools Interim Superintendent

City council to vote on Seattle preschool program

5th Avenue Theatre announces High School Musical award winners

High school students from across Washington packed Benaroya Hall on June 10 for the annual 5th Avenue Awards Honoring High School Musical Theater, a high school version of the Tony Awards.

Seattle Country Day School K-3 students win natiional chess championship

Last month, Seattle Country Day School [SCDS] students made their move in Dallas, Texas. After taking first place team trophies in the kindergarten and grades 1-3 sections at the Washington State Elementary Chess Championship in April, students were ready to compete at the national level.

Still time to enroll in GET at this year's price

If you are planning to enroll in Washington's Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) program to save for your child's future college expenses, you have until May 31, 2014 to sign up at this year's price of $172 a unit. The price may go up for the next enrollment period, beginning Nov. 1, 2014.

Congrats Nathan Hale, Garfield National Merit Scholars

Preschool for all moves ahead

The Seattle City Council passed a resolution in September 2013 that begins the process of designing a voluntary Universal Pre-kindergarten program, Preschool for All, which would serve all three- and four-year-olds in Seattle whose families choose to enroll in the program.

Congrats to the State Elementary Chess Champions

Seattle Girls’ School Students Skype with Hillary and Chelsea Clinton

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