Related Program: The Record Inslee To Propose Compromise Bill On Teacher Testing By Ross Reynolds • Feb 26, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Flickr Photo/sidewalk flying (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:49 Ross Reynolds talks with Donna Blankinship, Washington state education reporter for The Associated Press, about lawmakers coming up with a compromise to revise the teacher evaluation system. Tags: schools and educationgovernmentNo Child Left BehindteachersTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content University Student On Real Hope Passage: 'I Feel More Accepted' By Liz Jones • Feb 26, 2014 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 2:22 Washington state students who are in the country illegally have reason to celebrate. On Wednesday, Governor Jay Inslee signed into law the state’s Real Hope Act, also commonly called the DREAM Act. 'Breakfast After The Bell' Program Ensures Morning Meal For All Students By Ann Dornfeld • Feb 25, 2014 From Highline Public Schools' Facebook page Listen Listening... / 3:56 When you were a kid, your mom probably insisted you eat breakfast before school. Studies show she was right; students who eat breakfast do better academically. Still, many kids go without – especially those living in poverty. New Rules Would Curb How Kids Are Sold Junk Food At School By Maria Godoy • Feb 25, 2014 If you want to teach kids to adopt healthier eating habits, it's probably unwise to give them coupons for fast food chains at school. And those advertisements for sugary sodas on the gymnasium scoreboard? Seems like another mixed message schools are sending kids. Washington Lawmakers Consider ‘Emotional Harm’ As Form Of Bullying By Taylor Winkel • Feb 21, 2014 Flickr Photo/Harvey Barrison (CC BY-NC-ND) The definition of bullying in Washington could be expanded to include any act of "emotional harm" against a student. State lawmakers took testimony Thursday on this potentially controversial revision to the state’s anti-bullying law.