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Blog posts from our founder Beth Sigall and other guest bloggers about important education issues.

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) provided an update today on how local levy and bond elections fared across the state in February's special election (held on February 11. 2020).Local levies...
Recently the State Senate Education Committee heard testimony about a special education bill (SB 6117) requested by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The bill would - among other provisions - direct additional funding to students who spend 80 percent or...
The decade in special education closed out with a new federal report confirming what families have long suspected: the system is still stacked in favor of school districts and against families, especially low-income and minority families.Barriers remain for...
An article about how to teach reading made the front page of the Sunday edition of The Seattle Times yesterday.Veteran education writer Katherine Long went to Pennsylvania, where she drove 500 miles across the state learning about districts that...

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