Along with freedom comes financial responsibilities. This special section, in partnership with BECU, provides students with information on using credit wisely, building good credit, your credit score and much more.
NIE’s 2015-16 program guide puts the entire year of award-winning educational content at your fingertips to make planning as easy as A, B, C! Get the advance scoop on fun-to-read in-paper stories, educational curriculum, emailed lesson plans, sponsored programs and more.
This three-part series, in partnership with Sound Transit, continues this month. Look for article two of this series on March 16 in The Seattle Times. Help increase familiarity of students with the basics of rail safety as it relates to health sciences and civic responsibility.
Follow The Winner’s Circle on Tuesdays in The Seattle Times from January 26 – May 31, 2016. Full of the sights, sounds and smells of horse country, The Winner’s Circle is rich in moral dilemmas and high adventure. Written by Jennifer Armstrong and illustrated by C.B. Mordan
This special section takes an in-depth look at Washington’s important maritime industry. Students will learn about STEM related maritime careers as well as how Seattle’s working waterfront impacts our economy and environment. The section features local businesses, upcoming events, and first-hand perspectives from those who work in the maritime industry.
Newspapers In Education (NIE) promotes learning and literacy by providing electronic newspapers with sponsored curriculum to teachers and students throughout Washington state and beyond.
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