See which Education Lab stories made our most-read list from 2015 -- and tell us a story that you found especially memorable or interesting.

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Education Lab spent 2015 talking to parents, teachers, students, school administrators and advocates to identify promising approaches in education practices throughout the state.

Now that the year is winding down, we want to share again Education Lab’s top stories (based on the number of page views they received) and invite you to share a story that you found most memorable or interesting this year.

We look forward to writing more stories in 2016 that highlight the challenges and successes that our education community in Washington faces every day.

Without further ado, here are this year’s top Education Lab stories beginning with the most-read story.

1: Stunning surge in graduation rate as Rainier Beach gamble pays off

 

2: UW tops new list of best western universities

3: Which college or university tops the list of median wages after graduation? Hint: Not the UW

4: Bellevue schools teach emotional smarts to help boost academic success

5: Race dramatically skews discipline, even in elementary school

6: ‘You are more than your mistakes’: Teachers get at roots of bad behavior

7: It’s not you, it’s the math: Colleges rethink what students need

8: Brain scans show dyslexia, dysgraphia require different types of treatment

9: How a diverse yet divided school blended ‘segregated’ classes

Tell us in the comments section which news story most resonated with you this year. It could be something that Education Lab wrote about or anything that related to your own experience with education.

And while we have you reflecting on 2015, consider pitching us your most inspiring, surprising stories related to education for our Ignite Education Lab event coming up in January.