This engaging NIE program meets Washington state educational goals and introduces students to Washington state tribal people and First Nation geography, economy, culture, treaties fishing rights and sovereignty. Visit k12.wa.us/IndianEd/ to complement this rich history with additional educational resources from OSPI.
Join NIE and Sound Transit to learn about rail safety. Fun, accessible quizzes and easy tips keep your family safe as they walk and drive near neighborhood train tracks. Test your train knowledge and remember, tracks are for trains, not people!
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.
Connect with a significant moment in world history. Set in Austria on the eve of World War II, learn the true story of the Von Trapp family, the music and lyrics behind The Sound of Music, Nazi youth, and the Austrian resistance.
Make a tax-deductible donation to the NIE Literacy Fund through The Seattle Foundation and give K-12 students and teachers access to award-winning curricula, lesson plans, teacher's guides and the NIE e-Edition of The Seattle Times.
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