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Seattle Teachers Approve Labor Contract, Vote To End StrikeThe approval officially ended a weeklong strike that had delayed the start of school for 53,000 students
Parents Scramble For Child-Care Amid Seattle Teacher StrikeThe district will consider shortening holiday breaks or adding days at the end of the school year because of the strike, which began Sept. 9, Seattle Public Schools spokeswoman Stacy Howard said.
Striking Teachers Say Pay Gap Makes Seattle Tough To AffordTeachers in Seattle have gone on strike as living expenses skyrocket in one of the nation's bastions of technology jobs, complaining it is increasingly difficult to afford living in the same city as the children they teach.
Seattle Teachers Strike First Day Of SchoolClasses for 53,000 Seattle Public Schools students were canceled Wednesday
Seattle Teachers Vote To Stage 1-Day StrikeTeachers in Washington's largest school district have voted to stage a one-day walkout May 19 to dramatize their request that state lawmakers fully fund a voter-approved initiative that would lower the number of students per class
House Panel Advances Bill To Split Seattle School DistrictThe House Education Committee approved the proposal by two Seattle lawmakers on a vote of 16-5, and it now moves on to the full House for consideration.
Seattle Luring Case Was A MisunderstandingSeattle Police have verified the legitimacy of a transportation provider who was accused of attempting to lure children into his van
Washington's First Charter School Faces More IssuesWashington's first charter school may have a new issue to deal with. The director of the State Charter School Commission said at a commission meeting on Wednesday that during a review of the Seattle school's efforts to improve its operation he discovered the school's board includes two people who are related to each other.
Boy, 9, Pulls Knife On Teacher At Seattle School Seattle police say a 9-year-old boy threatened a teacher with a knife, but he was quickly disarmed and no one was hurt.
Teacher Of The Year: 4th Grade Teacher From Seattle A Seattle elementary school teacher who begins his day playing the guitar and singing with his students was named Monday as the Washington state teacher of the year for 2015
Which Districts Will Lose Control Over The Most Money? These districts will lose control over the most federal money because Washington lost its No Child Left Behind waiver
Former Seattle Superintendent Dr. Goodloe-Johnson DiesFormer Seattle Schools Superintendent Dr. Maria Goodloe Johnson has died.
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