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Finding the right preschool for kids in foster care

How do you help kids thrive in a system created without them in mind? A Seattle family learned that with a careful search and a lot of communication, it can be done.

Refugee students and families need our support: Here are ways everyone can help

Starting over in Seattle isn’t easy; how your family can make the transition kinder and easier.

#TakeBackPTA: What is this movement, and how will it help Seattle kids?

It's a call for the organizations to return to their original mission of advocating for kids, rather than well-intentioned fundraising that inadvertently exacerbates inequalities.

Advice from a former middle-school misfit: Try everything

Parents, show this heartfelt letter to your middle-schoolers. "Take comfort in knowing that eventually the right thing will come your way. You’ll find something that fits."

Middle-school survival strategies for kids with, or without, phones

How to help your preteen manage time spent on their electronic devices. And if you kid doesn't have a phone, you aren't alone — and neither are they.

Not your average music class: Kids turn books into original songs

Bushwick Northwest’s STYLE songwriting program for youth makes literature lyrical.

Meet the man who's feeding lunch to Seattle Public Schools students

Seattle Public Schools’ new director of nutrition services plans to listen to students, customize menus and serve real food.

Seattle opening 4 'new' schools this fall, and you can go check them out

Get in the back-to-school mood by touring Seattle's new and improved historic school buildings.

Ask the Pediatrician: Anxiety, bedtimes, vaccines; answers to your back-to-school questions

Buy a little extra: 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!

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