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Priority Spokane request for proposals

Priority Spokane, a community-wide effort working for the betterment of Spokane, is requesting proposals for the best way to study the middle school experience for students, inside and outside the classroom. The deadline is Dec. 31. This request for proposals describes Priority Spokane, its goals, the evolution of research topic, a timeline and contact information.


 

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