Even in pre-pandemic times, special education families were forced to fight their way through a bureaucratic special education system. Now some of them are invisible...
Children in Bridgeport whose homes burned down this month are reeling from two crises: a global pandemic and housing insecurity.
Seattle students head back to school: ‘I felt so proud of these tenacious and patient students’ VIEW
Glimpses from Seattle's first day of school paint a mixed picture of delight when things went according to plan and frustration, when technical problems kept...
It’s an old-growth forest. It’s also home to a Washington school’s first foray into outdoor learning amid COVID-19. VIEW
At a time when thousands of children and their teachers are reinventing school on screens, some schools are experimenting with the polar opposite: bringing school...
Seattle-area parents, balancing school and childcare, find themselves in a new role: mental health responder
Children are facing isolation and uncertainty about their futures. Parents, schools and researchers are racing to understand how serious children's mental health concerns might become.
Here’s what in-person school in Washington will look like this fall, at a public and a private school VIEW
Both public and private schools in several counties with high levels of coronavirus cases are deciding to open their doors anyway.
It’s not the send-off families imagined for their kindergarten students. For some, it’s a relief: families will have more time with their youngsters, who may...
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