Science and guidance from health experts must direct and inform reopening schools this fall.
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
The longer Gov. Inslee waits to call a special session deeper cuts will be needed down the road to vital services that Washingtonians depend upon.
Washington state’s educators face much uncertainty this fall. How will COVID-19 and the recession impact school budgets? Will we be face-to-face with our students or...
This crisis has given rise to one of the strongest public-private partnerships anywhere, bringing together business, government and community organizations as never before.
The Free Press and American democracy have been intertwined since the nation's founding.
Washington's Supreme Court justices should reconsider their decision to eliminate the state's Limited Licensed Legal Technician program.
As a community we are crying out for peace, love, and equity. I wish people were getting the message that our local police officers want...
We need both the wisdom of the slow, steady and effective organized reform efforts, and the urgency of the protests. They should reinforce each other.
These dams stand between the ocean and some of the best remaining spawning habitat for salmon and steelhead. They also stand between the Pacific Northwest...
I will feel better when Black kids can say and know with certainty that they have a positive future in this country.
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