Las Voces De Los Padres: Apoyando a Nuestros Estudiantes

Los padres tienen altas expectativas para que sus hijos puedan estar preparados para graduarse y continuar con una carrera profesional. ¿Por qué es importante para ti que tus hijos reciban una educación de alta calidad?...

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Parent Voices: “Education Opens Doors”

Why do education and high expectations matter to Washington parents? “Freedom of education opens doors in the future,” said Brandon, a Kent School District parent. “Education and lifelong learning are going to get you where...

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College is an Opportunity

The word “college” means different things to different people. For some, college means a 4-year experience at a large university. For others, it means pursuit of an associate’s degree or a credential earned through community...

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Science Education in WA: Learning with ‘Hands and Minds’

 Walk into a science classroom at Cedarcrest Middle School in Marysville, and you will see hands-on, minds-on learning. Exploring concepts such as gravity, light, and energy happens with investigative projects where students ask questions,...

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Camille Jones: Do Something Hard, on Purpose, Every Single Day

Washington state’s 2017 Teacher of the Year has the same advice for students as she does for teachers: “do something hard, on purpose, every single day." Camille Jones teaches kindergarten through third grade enrichment at...

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Martin Sortun Elementary: Building Confidence Through STEM

Robotics. Snap circuitry. 3-D Printing. These are just some of the everyday activities for students at the STEM&M Lab at Martin Sortun Elementary in Kent, WA. Doug Ferguson, Elementary STEM Specialist and Washington teacher leader...

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