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The new contract that offers a 10.5 percent pay increase now awaits the School Board’s vote.
Teachers will picket for the second time in three years if an agreement isn’t made with the district by Sep. 5.
Some educators say they’re ready to stall negotiations to demand competitive wages.
SPS says the McCleary Supreme Court ruling will cost them money, while teachers argue it should increase funding.
Officials are “ecstatic” that the court blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to withhold research funds.
Western Washington advocates fight back as the federal Department of Health and Human Services tries to reallocate resources to abstinence-only programs.
The candidates discussed their thoughts on topics ranging from opportunity gaps to charter schools.
While candidates have been chosen, many parents still have issues with the search process.
High schoolers draw parallels between modern and historic struggles after watching the Broadway hit.
What the National School Walkout looked like outside of Seattle.
Garfield High School students pay tribute to the Parkland victims by rallying for gun control.
As the yellow bus service resumes, the district continues plans to attract more contractors.
Many say that the process has been too hasty and lacked enough input.
The NAACP Youth Coalition want the district to officially acknowledge “that black lives matter.”
For the second time this school year, bus lots host picket lines. This time, there’s no end in sight.
The former Army base could ease the city’s low-income housing shortage or school overcrowding. It just probably can’t do both.
CAIR-Washington launches a program to help launch careers.
After the NAACP launched the idea in January, Seattle schools are poised to make it happen.
The Garfield teacher used a $100,000 settlement over police use of force to establish a scholarship fund.
The School Board is open to it. But the funding issue looms.