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Wash. Teacher Prep Falls Short For Students With Disabilities
As educational practice catches up with federal law that requires students learn in the least restrictive environment, an increasing number of students with autism and other disabilities are learning alongside their typically-developing peers in mainstream classrooms.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
The Lake Stevens Journal Online
Lake Stevens shoreline program approved
The Washington Department of Ecology has approved the city of Lake Stevens' updated shoreline master program.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Public warned to stay away from smelly Thornton Creek
It's the North End creek that's been paved over, concreted over, made to flow through buried pipe and literally moved and straightened to make room for development.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The Waterland Blog
92nd Annual Independence Day Parade coming to Burien July 4th
The City of Burien and the Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce will be presenting the 92nd Annual Burien Independence Day Parade on Thursday, July 4, 2013! The Burien Independence Day Parade has gained a reputation as one of the most enjoyable and spirited community parades in the region.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
South Whidbey Record
Langley bluff walkabout attracts a crowd
Elliott Menashe and Terry Swanson explain the causes of the Cascade Avenue landslide during a walking tour of shoreline bluffs.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Charge: Theft of artwork from Seattle artist
A Shoreline man accused of stealing more than a dozen works from an aging Seattle artist - including a self-portrait of William S. Burroughs - has been charged with felony theft.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Homeless group’s tough tactics draw criticism
Heather Kuykendall, 29, does some cleaning during her security shift at Tent City 3 in Shoreline.
Suspected drunk driver hits Shoreline officer's cruiser, both injured
A Shoreline police officer and a suspected drunk driver are in the hospital after a wreck Saturday night near the 175th Street offramp in Shoreline.
Ita s long past time to finish up shoreline program
Comparing the 466,400-square-foot Vancouver, B.C., convention center with the Budd Bay Cafe seems ridiculous on any level.
Fri May 31, 2013
Guest: ‘Mutual consent’ bill gets in way of ensuring good teaching
The bill to prevent teachers from being placed in schools without the principal's consent actually would do more harm than good, write these Shoreline School District officials.
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Katie Johnson Lectures to Power of One Classroom Volunteers in Shoreline, WA
On May 23, 2013, twenty volunteers in the Power of One Senior Volunteer Program in Shoreline, Washington, came together for tea and brownies and a hands-on lecture by Katie Johnson, former teacher in the Shoreline School District.
Thu May 30, 2013
Skagit River I-5 bridge work waiting on NTSB Ok
Nearly all the materials for a temporary Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River have arrived at the site and the Washington Transportation Department hopes to meet the governor's goal of spanning a collapsed section by mid-June, officials said.
Tue May 28, 2013
The News Tribune
And now, three spins of the local random thought generator
With Friends Like This, Part One: The American Prospect is a well-respected magazine based in Washington, D.C., that describes itself as "liberal, progressive, lefty call it what you want, we're proud of it." Its recent issue profiled Washington Democratic Sen.