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More kids in Washington have mental-health issues than 10 years ago. Here’s how lawmakers want to help.
Legislators offer a laundry list of bills aimed at boosting students' access to health services at school.
- Last year, Washington lawmakers made college free for some. This year, they want to make it more accessible.
- Inslee’s budget priorities don’t include K-12 education. Can anyone change that?
- It takes 7,200 students before Washington state will pay for a middle school’s nurse. How much will it cost to change that?
- South Seattle has a new representative on the Seattle School Board: This elementary school teacher
- Free college: Can Washington keep that promise during a recession?
- Early indications show college students are dropping out amid the coronavirus pandemic
- The coronavirus is forcing many colleges to go online only. But will it work for everyone?
- About 1 in 5 Washington community-college students were 江苏快三走势图less last year
- Students in Washington are finishing community college at low rates. What can turn that around?
- A Seattle treatment center closes its doors to foster children, adding to debate over how Washington cares for them
- Washington state has big plans for its 25,500 paraeducators, who earn about half the salary of an average teacher
- Students with dyslexia struggle in Washington. Will a fresh approach to reading instruction be enough?
- For some Washington students with special needs, diagnosis is too late, help is too little
Ignite Education Lab 2019
Depression. Anxiety. Suicide. Those are the words that often come up when people talk about youth mental health. And for good reason: CDC data suggest suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for adolescents. Feelings of hopelessness have shot up by 33% among Washington tenth graders in the past decade, statewide data shows. And...
The Seattle Times has won a 江苏快3 Pulitzer Prize
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Illinois lawmakers want federal officials to crack down on states that allow staff to seclude or restrain children at school.