Newspaper Access

How many times have you clicked on a newspaper article, only to be frustrated by the notice that you have reached your limit if free articles? Did you know that Seattle Public Libraries offers free access to many news sources? The Seattle Times, The New York Times, trade and industry newsletters, archived Seattle Post-Intelligencer, consumer …

Black Lives Matter at School Week!

Black Lives Matter at School Week is here! It may look different this year with distance learning, but teachers at Highland Park are still engaging in this work for their students and our community. Here is an article in the Seattle Times describing this Week of Action. This is the Year of Purpose, read more …

New Education Lab series

The Seattle Times is running a new series as part of its Education Lab. The first article was published today, coming up in the series is part 2 (In Highline schools, a strategy often reserved for top performers might be working for everyone) and part 3 (Do standardized tests still serve their purpose?) Here is …

Discussion Panel for Philanthropy

Are you are interested in donating to help our larger community, but not sure where to start? The Seattle Times’ Project Homeless is hosting an online discussion panel: We’ll provide an update on how organizations and philanthropies are fairing under the current circumstances and examine if this current moment in time — a global pandemic …

Seattle Times Editorial: Done with School Funding? Not Even Close

The editorial board of the Seattle Times has an interesting piece today, you can find it here. Bottom line, there is “still much work to do to keep from shortchanging Washington’s children.” Another article in today’s paper has an interview with Governor Jay Inslee that doesn’t mention education once. Kind of disappointing.