"I’m glad to have access to this network,” said Anna Ricks. “Having the opportunity to talk and collaborate with other teachers who are working on the same thing is really helpful.” STEM at ESD 112 Washington Green Schools University of Washington College of Education
It’s a delicate, yet important educational recipe. When imaginative curriculum, mandatory standards and critical areas of focus are combined, the outcome can be a delightful instructive concoction. This was precisely the outcome for the recent Climate Justice League (CJL) seminar series, hosted by...
Recent, significant changes to the way K-12 education is funded in Washington State have resulted in numerous school districts in Southwest Washington having to face budget challenges. In order to bridge the critical gap [...]
The past several years have seen an upward trend in youth civic engagement, and that certainly appears to be the case here in Southwest Washington. Teens across the country and around the world are showing [...]
It's inevitable...winter is coming! And along with it, the chance of snow and inclement weather in many areas within the ESD 112 region. But the most dreaded is the 5am phone call from the district [...]