Universal Pre-K Policy

The excerpts of what I wrote for mayoral candidate Andrew Grant Houston’s free preschool policy: Childcare is personal…[AGH’s] family pinching pennies to make sure we were all taken care of while my mom worked as a public school teacher. Childcare was expensive then, and today it’s more so. In King County, the 2019 median costContinue reading “Universal Pre-K Policy”

Seattle Teachers Show Solidarity With Striking Bus Drivers

Hundreds of educators joined with striking bus drivers on the picket line Wednesday at a number of protest hubs throughout Seattle. The gulf between the drivers, represented by the Teamsters union, and First Student, a subcontractor with Seattle Public Schools, has widened since a one-day strike in Nov. 2017 after the two sides failed toContinue reading “Seattle Teachers Show Solidarity With Striking Bus Drivers”

Students’ Year-long Social Justice Projects Combat Islamophobia And Racial, Gender Stereotypes

A group of hodge podge high schoolers at The Center School spent their entire senior year preparing for last Friday’s presentations focused on social justice. The rooms were speckled with vibrant hair colors, fabulous femmes, amazingly creative clothing and immaculate make-up. Teacher Jon Greenberg spearheaded the presentations, which first began in 2009. “I felt confidentContinue reading “Students’ Year-long Social Justice Projects Combat Islamophobia And Racial, Gender Stereotypes”