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Help another family by donating back-to-school supplies

As you're shopping for your own kids, pick up a few back-to-school supplies for kids in need. Here's how you can donate.

Seattle schools' new dress code emphasizes equity, inclusivity

No body shaming allowed. The new policy sets out a minimum standard for attire and directs school staff to respect students' individuality.

Free back-to-school event for families experiencing homelessness

Families with kids 8 and under can get dental checkups, photographs and filled backpacks at the Aug. 17 event in Woodinville.

'Super Readers': Seattle schools want kids to work on their reading superpower this summer

Seattle School for Boys opening fall 2019 in central Seattle

Hamlin Robinson School buys Oberto site for new middle school

Black Lives Matter at School Week: A complex, important time of learning

Educators look back at the triumphs and challenges of a week of emphasis that has its roots in Seattle.

Easy ways to introduce math to your preschooler — on Pi Day and every day!

Teaching kids to share feelings through art

Urban Native Raven Juarez teaches kids how to connect with themselves and others through art.

What K-12 parents in Seattle need to know about proposed changes to Title IX rules on sexual assault, harassment

School in Shoreline instills confidence in deaf, hard-of-hearing students

How we celebrate: World-traveling family will enjoy the traditions of Mexico

Tips for a great parent-teacher conference

Most Seattle elementary-school families will have a chance to schedule a session Nov. 19-21. Here's how to make the most of it.

Trying to pick a preschool? Here's help

Tips from both early-childhood experts and parents who've been there. And this important one: follow your gut.

On your ballot: Seattle Preschool Program

Here's a look at the program voters are being ask to expand. It's serving some 1,500 Seattle kids — and getting good reviews so far.

Whatever happened to cursive?

Seattle couple uses books, games to make math 'a common-sense superpower'

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