If I could change one thing about our K-12 education system, it would be to end the curse of low expectations in Washington’s public schools.
Numerous studies have shown that teacher... Read more »
Here’s a fresh take on the spirit of giving: Ten Washington technology companies have agreed to “pay it forward” by supporting Seattle’s first not-for-profit coding academy focused on preparing women who... Read more »
The point at which an exciting research project is poised to become the next great product or service can be fraught with peril. So, what’s an innovator to do?
Make connections,... Read more »
The interesting thing about Michigan is that as a state it has already implemented many forward-thinking economic development strategies and policies. Michigan has been much more innovative than Washington state has... Read more »
Every second year, the Technology Alliance gathers policymakers and leaders from the innovation community at a retreat designed to explore issues affecting Washington’s technology sector and to map out strategies to... Read more »
Even with the economic downturn, plenty of Seattle area technology companies are going to be hiring new, highly skilled workers in 2009. These are high-paying jobs; the average annual salary plus... Read more »
The big election news for the innovation economy today is what the voters did on transportation. Even in tough economic times voters understood that mass transit has to improve or we... Read more »