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  • Gov. Gregoire about K-12 education

    Gov. Chris Gregoire talks about what she was going to tell the teacher’s union May 14, and she recognizes teachers aren’t happy with her.

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  • Washington Supreme Court charter schools decision

    The Washington Supreme Court’s Sept. 4, 2015 decision that determined a voter-approved charter school law is unconstitutional.


  • No Child Left Behind waiver letter

    Parents of students at Cooper Elementary were among thousands in the region receiving letters telling them that their children are eligible to switch schools. Under-performing schools had until this year been able to receive the waiver against meeting all standards of the federal No Child Left Behind Act. When the Washington Legislature refused to tie a portion of teacher pay to student achievement, Washington lost the waiver.


  • Readers’ cursive writing samples

    The Spokesman-Review asked readers to submit samples of their penmanship, and received more than 400 responses.


  • Readers’ cursive writing samples 2

    The Spokesman-Review asked readers to send us samples of their penmanship and received more than 400 responses.


  • Readers’ cursive writing samples 3

    The Spokesman-Review asked readers to send us samples of their penmanship and received more than 400 responses.

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  • Gonzaga Common Ground

    Gonzaga University is taping a game show for their upcoming hate conference.


  • Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s inaugural class

    More than a dozen Washington State University deans, faculty and guests helped welcome the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s inaugural class at a ceremony Friday, where the 60 doctors-to-be donned white coats embroidered with the crimson cougar.


  • Stuttering Management Workshop at EWU

    Eastern Washington University hosts a Stuttering Management Workshop, an intensive summer workshop for people working to manage a stuttering disorder at the University Hearing and Speech Clinic on the EWU Spokane Campus. Developed and utilized for more than 35 years at Eastern, the Successful Stuttering Management Program (SSMP) has helped hundreds of clients learn the tools needed to gain control and confidence in their daily interactions with others.


  • Stephen Rieckers receives diploma from North Central

    After nearly half a century of waiting, a terminally ill Vietnam veteran, Stephen Rieckers, received his high school diploma from North Central High School on Wednesday.


  • Westview Elementary School egg drop

    Hundreds of Westview Elementary School kids gathered Thursday morning for something precarious: to watch an egg drop.

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