Kyle Stokes

KPLU

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Reporter covering education for KPLU public radio in Seattle

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The first day of school didn't happen today in Seattle, the largest district in Washington State with some 53,000 students.

Seattle Teachers Strike on First Day of School

The first day of school didn't happen today in Seattle, the largest district in Washington State with some 53,000 students.

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