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Chairs at Eckstein Middle School. (Photo from Flickr by Cory Doctorow)

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Following the ouster from Seattle Public School of teachers who emphasize social justice, educators and allies look for ways to fight back.

Vu Le's son, Viet (left), with his classmate at Hoa Mai in early January. (Photo By Christina Twu)

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Hoa Mai is reinstating Vietnamese language and culture in a new pre-kindergarten program.

Gabriel Ray Pierre (left) high fives a student at Leschi Elementary School on Friday, as part of #SeattleHigh5. The event aimed to show children of color positive images of black men and women in their community. (Photo by Jovelle Tamayo)

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Among the proposed changes in the bill are cultural competence training for teachers and other staff and a change to school discipline.

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Applications are officially open for our next youth journalism workshop series, which starts on February 23rd!

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Learn how to shoot phone photos and video like a pro journalist on Jan. 14 at Cafe Ibex.

international adoption Ethiopia

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New restrictions on international adoption have led to a huge drop in placements with American families. But have protections missed the mark?

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For hundreds of youth of color in South Seattle, getting Ultimate Frisbee recognized as a varsity sport would be a game changer.

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A Seattle teacher, one of the few fluent speakers of the endangered language of Sm'algyax, is in Alaska to pass her knowledge to Tsimshian school children.

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How can your perspective benefit The Seattle Globalist? Find out from Reagan Jackson, Globalist columnist and award-winning journalist Thursday, Nov. 19.

A classroom in the Gohar Khatoon Girls’ School in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, designed for natural daylight and ventilation. (Photo by Nic Lehoux)

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The spirit of local architect Bob Hull lives on in Gohar Khatoon school for girls inAfghanistan, which opened this summer.

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Get the scoop on basic investigative reporting from Seattle Globalist pros Venice Buhain and Lael Henterly Thursday, Oct. 15 at Columbia City's Tutta Bella.

Gabriel Ray Pierre (left) high fives a student at Leschi Elementary School on Friday, as part of #SeattleHigh5. The event aimed to show children of color positive images of black men and women in their community. (Photo by Jovelle Tamayo)

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Why were Leschi Elementary students greeted with high fives as they arrived at school on Friday?

UW student Michael Moynihan spoke to the council about his own positive experiences alternatives to youth detention. (Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

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The City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday that could block the construction of a new youth jail in Seattle.

Maya Williams supervises children in a drop-in program at the Rainier Beach Community Center during the teacher's strike. (Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

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Quick thinking city officials extended after-school programs so Seattle parents could keep working during the teacher's strike.

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Get your ideas on The Globalist and sharpen your skills this fall with 25 percent off media workshops.

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With short funny skits posted to YouTube, language teachers with the Puyallup Tribe aim to boost the everyday usage of the endangered Lushootseed language.

Students Embet Amerdtison (left) and her daughter Elshadaie Zeleke, both from Ethiopia and Netsereab Lewokie from Eritrea in their Ready to Work class, offered by the City Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs. (Photo by Ellen Banner / The Seattle Times)

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Seattle’s first Ready to Work program for English Language Learners aims to help immigrants navigate a complex employment system.

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai (center) sits with girls inside a classroom at a school for Syrian refugee girls, built by the NGO Kayany Foundation, in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley on July 12th. (Photo from Reuters / Jamal Saidi)

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How organizations working on global girls' education can get beyond oversimplified "one girl at a time" messaging.

Roger Rigor. (Photo by Johan Liedgren)

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Roger Rigor spent 18 years building a path to college for struggling high school students. Why did Seattle Public Schools push him out?

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