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State expects to lose waiver on No Child Left Behind

seattletimes.com — Originally published Friday, April 18, 2014 at 7:51 PM Two years ago, Washington state promised to enact education policies favored by the Obama administration in exchange for a waiver from many of the requirements of the federal education law, also known as No Child Left Behind.
WA expects to be 1st state to lose No Child Left Behind waiver after teachers union/Dems block accountability measure seattletimes.com/html/education…

Local Sherpa asks: Who will pay to educate dead guides’ kids?

seattletimes.com — Originally published Friday, April 18, 2014 at 9:30 PM The moment he heard about the ice fall on Mount Everest, Mingma T. Sherpa got on the phone to find out if his brother was among the victims. The Woodinville man called relatives in Nepal. He called Everest base camp.
RT @seattletimes: "The Sherpas ... do everything," says a local man who knew some of those killed on Everest: seati.ms/1nvdWfQ

Sounders are unbeaten against Chivas USA since 2009

blogs.seattletimes.com — Some say what's past is prologue (actually, I think that was Shakespeare) and others say what's past is pointless. So say what you will, but the Sounders haven't lost to Chivas USA since 2009, a 7-0-4 run in MLS that includes five-straight wins. Seattle's seven wins are tied for second-most against an MLS opponent, having only...
What's past is prologue or pointless? Sounders haven't lost to Chivas since 2009, a 9-0-4 run with six straight W's: blogs.seattletimes.com/soundersfc/201…

Vote: Are we an oligarchy?

blogs.seattletimes.com — Abraham Lincoln, like many of the Founding Fathers before him, knew that government of the people, by the people and for the people, 'dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal,' was something new in the world, especially for a continental empire. Throughout history, democracies had existed in small places and not for long....
RT @jontalton: New study says US is an oligarchy. What do you think? (read the study here and vote): blogs.seattletimes.com/jontalton/2014… Mine @seattleti…

Did you catch the Sounders reference on NBC's ‘Parks and Recreation'?

blogs.seattletimes.com — In case you missed it, the Sounders were referenced in Thursday's episode of the NBC sitcom 'Parks and Recreation'. The context involves the character Donna, who is trying to connect deeper with the man she is dating, so she begins to talk about her interests.
Did you catch the Sounders reference on Thursday night's episode of "Parks and Recreation" on NBC? blogs.seattletimes.com/soundersfc/201…

Hilyer running for Supreme Court

blogs.seattletimes.com — Former King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Hilyer is running for the state Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice James M. Johnson's retirement at the end of the month. Johnson announced his retirement last month, citing health concerns. Considered the court's most conservative member, Johnson was not due up for reelection until 2016.
Former King Co. judge Bruce Hilyer running for state Supreme Court bit.ly/1tgiv1K #waelex
RT @SocialInSeattle: Hilyer running for Supreme Court: Former King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Hilyer is running for the stat... http…