Seeking to create urgency on changing the way schools handle discipline, a Seattle school-board member proposes freezing all elementary-student suspensions.
- Public invited to weigh in on state education policy at public forum July 8
- Roundup: Students perform better than expected on new tests; meltdown in Olympia over ed bills
- More educators embrace social and emotional learning, national survey says
- Roundup: ‘Historic’ tuition cuts set Washington apart; questions remain about budget and McCleary
- Study: More testing refusals in wealthy districts
- Roundup: California removes personal-belief exemption for vaccines, Dorn blasts budget plan
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After months of back-and-forth, the state commission governing charter schools decided Thursday to let First Place Scholars continue to operate as a taxpayer-supported but independently run public school.
Bureaucracy disrupts early education for some of the state’s most needy children.
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- Local tribal agency works to build parenting skills
- Texting parents with tips boosts pre-K language skills, study says
- Panelists push for need, funding of early-childhood education
- Local proposals’ goals to improve learning, young lives of children