By following some simple rules when it comes to spending, saving, borrowing and planning for your money, it’ll be easy to have cash on hand when you need it—no matter how old you are or how much money you make.
The special section “Dollars + Sense” and the teacher’s guide were created to help students learn more about financial health, why it is important and the decisions that impact it.
Learning to drive is an exciting time in life, but it’s also a great responsibility. Here’s an introduction to license laws, common driver distractions and safety information to help new drivers and their parents have a safe, fun experience.
Presented in partnership with SHINE, North Seattle College and the National Science Foundation, this program teaches about nanotechnology and its many uses. Students will also learn about a career in nanotechnology and will get advice directly from SHINE Nano Program graduates.
In partnership with Pike Place Market and 4Culture, “One Market for All” weaves the voices of the Pike Place Market through history, linking the past, present and the future while celebrating the uniqueness of the Market through oral tradition.
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