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Educare Seattle featured on KING 5 for Red Nose Day!

Educare Seattle Early Learning Center was featured on King 5 for Red Nose Day, sharing the work they've been doing in their community during the pandemic, supporting children & families facing barriers to educational opportunities. 

"Juggling childcare and virtual learning has been a difficult aspect of the pandemic for parents, but Educare Early Learning Center in Seattle is one place helping children as young as babies to five-years-old who face barriers, access high-quality early learning.

These life-changing services are partly made possible by Red Nose Day."

Watch the video below to hear more about Educare's impact!

King 5 Video


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Renton, Wash. — Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD) is pleased to announce that it has recently completed the grant application process for the Early Head Start/Head Start 412 federal grant and will receive $15.5 million per year over the next five years. This grant will fund programs and services for nearly 1,000 children enrolled in Head Start and Early Head Start through PSESD. 

Read More about PSESD Awarded Office of Head Start Federal Grant 
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The Puget Sound College & Career Network, the Community Center for Educational Results, and Highline College have released a new report, Inequity by Design: How College Placement Policies Perpetuate Institutional Racism. The report is the culmination of a multi-year, three-study series exploration into the enrollment and placement policies of community and technical colleges in the Road Map Project region and the subsequent impacts on high school graduates seeking to enter those institutions.

Read More about Road Map Project Partners Release Report Highlighting Racial Inequities in College Placement and Assessment
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Congratulations to Anderson Island Elementary School of Steilacoom Historical School District No.1 for their selection as a Green Ribbon School honoree! Anderson Island Elementary School’s garden and outdoor classroom created valuable opportunities for students to continue their learning in a sustainable way.

Read More about Congratulations to Anderson Island Elementary School of Steilacoom Historical School District No.1