Local teens make change happen
Let them know you care with these DIY ideas
Simple snacks to bulk up your kid's lunch box
These are the perfect way to say "thank you"
"Stitch this on a sampler and put it where you can see it."
And she's got something to share
The moms behind the new Washington Preparatory School in Bothell
And how the Gates Foundation is helping
It'll pay off.
"Maybe it's supposed to feel like her body is still being wrenched from mine."
Does your teen know these essential life skills?
Read them together or share them with your kid
Consider this arts option that's all about less stress
Learn about Tai McMillan's work
High school students roll up their sleeves during the summer
Learn how to share your feedback
Details on the March 24 event
A new book from the University of Washington is here to help
A mother comes to terms with her daughter's decision
The 'helper's high' teens get from leading
17 Minutes That Stopped Schools
Mayor Jenny Durkan invites families to a town hall on March 8
A school psychologist and former Marine speaks out
Cash in on these practical but easy-to-understand tips
In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, students are demanding action
Bus service resumes Monday
8 tips for planning a rich summer
Get the inside scoop on counselors-in-training
From Feb. 5–9, Seattle teachers invite families to participate in a national movement
They'll be happier for it and so will you
Seize the summer with these exciting activities
How parents can inspire young girls to pursue STEM education and careers
What we can do about it
A new survey shows a surprising gap between perception and reality
And what you can do about it
Three years after an equity specialist was hired, progress is slow
Teens take action at Gates
Look beyond the academics to prepare your high-school senior for college
Five tips for discussing mature current events with little kids
How to tell whether your child could benefit from a tutor
The one-day strike leaves parents scrambling
Helping them with their homework can be fun
The books are designed to help teachers, parents and students support transgender students
As parents we might not be ready to talk about sexual harassment and assault — but we need to be
How to harness the power of storytelling
4 tips when talking to your student about college
Our kids deserve more
How parents and teachers can work together
How to empower your child to manage their own homework
Two additional schools briefly went into shelter-in-place after the incident
Talk to your student about debt in a way they'll understand
Seattle families redefine what it means to home-school
You’ve heard the word, but is it working? Educators weigh in
How to make sure your child doesn't crash
10 years in, this mom shares her wisdom
It's not just about the kids
Legislators' budget won't solve school funding, says the Seattle superintendent
After losing her son at Sandy Hook, this mom fights for love
4 strategies to try from an educator who's been there
Ace this school year with these 26 tips
The hard part: Picking one
8 items that are sure to keep September sane
Seriously, have you ever had as much fun as they're having?
How the Comey hearings changed my parenting approach
A mother reflects on what she's learned as a parent
That’s not news, but just how bad is it?
Why chances are good your kid isn’t learning much about climate change
A Q&A with a Garfield High School teacher
You've heard about it but what is it again?
Uber launches family program in Seattle
How to decide between public and private school
A junior in high school shares her advice
Science fairs are helping kids — but are they enough?
Brain development expert Dr. Linda Chamberlain shares insights
Washington's Paramount Duty talks the current legislative session
How computer science teaches kids innovation
Rocking the boat if not the vote
Solving for XX in the word of mathematics
Tips from scientists, activists and policy experts
Interest in engineering is on the rise — here's what parents should know about this changing STEM profession
As controversy over the model plays out, students and teachers at the state's pilot charters work to learn
How to identify your kid's unique learning style
What you need to know about random drug tests
Navigating college admissions in the age of social media
6 things teens need to know about writing a personal statement for their dream college
Bill Gates talks with Washington State Teacher of the Year for 2016 Nate Bowling
Consider these tips when talking to teacher
Understanding your young student is the first step toward success
Mined student data and what that means to you
Find out how your students can be a part of STREAM.
Here's what you need to know about the gap year trend
Teachers draw on real-world experience to better inspire students
Expect more hands-on learning, less homework and more group work
Standardized testing on your mind? Watch this
An educational psychologist shares the secrets of the teenage brain
50 cool kids make their on-screen debut
They're essential, yet many schools lack them
Get a glimpse of 10 kids' hopes and fears
How to help your middle schooler
Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise among
Jo Langford offers this advice
Let go of your fears and misconceptions about sex — here's what you need to know about the widely available vaccine for HPV that is free to many youths
Is your teen genetically predisposed to a disease?
What schools are (and aren’t) teaching kids
Does your child struggle with math? 'Mathemaphobia's' lasting impact.
Bleachbear juggles music, school and life in a family band
What you need to know about kids and the digital world, from risks and realities to guidelines by age and stage
One teen shares her thoughts on why she won't be using Facebook, Twitter or Instagram anytime soon
Is your child gifted? How do you know, and how do you nurture it?
Calculating the best approach to math struggles
Talk should to shoulder in the beauty of the wilderness
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