Seattle children start school less prepared in math than in reading. Brain research says we underestimate how much math kids that age can do.
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- Military children at greater risk of violence, substance abuse, study finds
- Top educator agrees: FAFSA needs to change
- Lake Washington to use new ‘green’ portable classrooms
- For students with learning disabilities, real life often is more satisfying than high school, study suggests
- New videos show how to develop a ‘growth mindset’
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- Panelists push for need, funding of early-childhood education
- Local proposals’ goals to improve learning, young lives of children
- State Supreme Court: Charter schools are unconstitutional
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