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The Education Lab team hosted a live chat on Thursday about Seattle's special-education problems and what's being done to address them. Hodan Mohammed, center, of Open Doors for Multicultural Families, helped these two students and their families navigate the complexities of special education.
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If we really want to see teachers make positive shifts in using data, we need to stop using the term data to be a stand-in for "state tests."
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