The Seattle Times Education section covers schools at the district, state and federal level. Topics include the University of Washington and other colleges; the Common Core and standardized testing; teacher pay and strikes; charter schools; school discipline; classroom teaching methods; and funding under the McCleary decision. Coverage also includes the Education Lab project.

How Seattle’s Lincoln High School came back to life

Student’s and their families enjoy the view from the new Lincoln High School library during the open house on Thursday, August 29. The school is re-opening after 40 years. 211342

But in more ways than not, the Lincoln that opened its doors last month is actually a new school, expanded to the size of roughly five Costco warehouses in order to eventually accommodate 1,600 students, providing relief to overcrowding at Roosevelt and Ballard high schools.  VIEW

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