Irina Antonio, left, and Aedan Pavey discuss the books they're reading in a pre-K class in Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma has produced results attracting national attention and could be a blueprint for Seattle. But after 16 years the long-term outcomes raise almost as many questions as they answer.
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Study: Emissions aren’t the cause of West Coast warming
A rise in temperatures along the U.S. West Coast is almost entirely the result of natural forces — not greenhouse gases, according to a major new study.
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What the state does not need is a revenue patch-job from legislators that ends up on the ballot and is rejected by voters. What will the Supreme Court do then? Hold the voters in contempt?Lisa Macfarlane, guest column: "What to ask state candidates about education"
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- Conversation starter: What would you ask state candidates?
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