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Olivia Capestany, now a senior at Seattle’s Roosevelt High, writes about the need for more political tolerance at her high school.
A parent asks: How can I help my child get over a bad experience with last year’s teacher? | Education Lab IQ
“What are some strategies for the new school year,” a reader wondered, “when my child’s prior year’s experience with his teacher was bad?”
Sarah Ziker, a tutor at Seattle’s West Seattle High, works in that school’s freshman-support program, and says her job involves much more than academics.
Across the state, school districts struggle to fill positions with certified teachers. One reader asks: How can I help?
For Ahlaam Ibraahim, freshman year of college felt more like a full-time public-relations job than the start of an educational journey.
While I got to sit in classes all day, my parents had to stand at work doing manual labor, writes UW graduate Christy Pham.
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