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Misty James, NWPE Member, on School Choice
posted by: Cindy Omlin | January 25, 2017, 02:54 pm   

Misty James, NWPE member, teacher, and Ed.D candidate in Caldwell, ID, pens this editorial supporting public schools and school choice.
 
Celebrate National School Choice Week 2017
posted by: Cindy Omlin | January 19, 2017, 09:31 pm   
NWPE supports teachers in all schools of choice, namely, traditional public, public charter, virtual charter, private and parochial schools.
 
Six ‘Protect Yourself Rules’ That All Young Children Must Learn
posted by: Cindy Omlin | December 19, 2016, 07:20 pm   

Guest Post by Jon Conte, PhD., University of Washington, School of Social Work 

I’ve dedicated my career to studying child abuse and the traumatic, long-term effects it has on children’s development. Over the decades, two statistics have never strayed far from my thoughts: 

 
Independence Voice Key to NWPE Scholarship Winner
posted by: Cindy Omlin | December 08, 2016, 02:28 pm   

Congratulations to NWPE member Tanya McAtee, grades six and eight science and social studies teacher at St. Paul’s Academy in Bellingham, WA.  Ms. McAtee has been awarded a $470 NWPE scholarship to attend the National Science Teachers Association’s annual conference where she focused on middle school instructional strategies to integrate the three strands of New Generation Science Standards (NGSS) through inquiry-based science instruction.

 
Kris Daratha Awarded Grant for Community Project
posted by: Cindy Omlin | December 07, 2016, 12:00 pm   

Congratulations to Kris Daratha, NWPE member and winner of a $500 NWPE grant to supplement Waterville High School's science program. With the help of a STEM grant last year, he and his students entered a national competition for design and implementation of solar heated sidewalks. They were able to create a prototype and three solar panels. The NWPE grant will help them improve the prototype and unleash five portable, heated sidewalks around Waterville, WA, in order to keep the community safe during harsh winters.  Mr. Daratha’s project is reusable, will continue year after year, and is a great way students will experience how STEM can better their community.

 
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