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Two new schools approved

The University of Washington has approved the creation of two new schools: Nursing and Health Studies and Educational Studies. The move will become effective Sept. 16.

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Taxing marijuana

A 20 percent tax on marijuana would return maximum revenue to the state while keeping prices competitive, writes School of IAS alumnus David Gordon (IAS ’14). Gordon’s research article “Taxing Marijuana: The Price is Right” appeared in the recent 2014 UW Bothell Policy Journal. Read the article.

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Peterson wins Madison Fellowship

School of IAS student Carly Ann Peterson has received the prestigious James Madison Fellowship Award. The award – given to just one recipient from each state – recognizes promising and distinguished teachers. Peterson is pursuing a double major: American Studies and Culture, Literature and the Arts. Learn more.

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Barriers to school choice

A new survey of 4,000 parents in eight cities reveals barriers parents face when choosing a school for their child. The study, released this week by the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) says cities must work harder to provide information on critical services such as transportation to parents. Read the study.

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