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Washington schools provide alternatives to testing for graduation
the goals of Larry Delayney, the newly elected president of the Washington Education Association. “When we force educators to...
Group recommends state add more funds for school counselors, nurses
struggled to satisfy the Supreme Court ruling in the landmark McCleary school-funding case, voters approved Initiative...
As the student population grows more diverse, Spokane teachers are overwhelmingly white. School leaders want to change that
specifically, it's white women. Nearly three-quarters of teachers in Washington are women, state data shows. Just like...
TPEP Formative Assessment- Tacoma EA
Dec 17, 2019
Culturally Responsive Strategies "Interactions"
Jan 15, 2020
Implicit Bias- Race & Ethnicity Tacoma EA
Jan 23, 2020
Implicit Bias- Gender & Intersectionality Tacoma EA
Feb 27, 2020