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December 17, 2013 at 3:31 PM

Question of the Week: How can your school improve in 2014?

December is a time when many people take stock of the previous year — and form aspirations for the 12 months to come.

Amid all the vows to eat healthier and exercise more, we’re asking readers to think about what they’d like to see their school accomplish in 2014. If you could offer the principal of your (or your kids’) school a one-sentence suggestion to improve student performance in the next year, what would it be?

Share your responses in the form below, or send them via email to educationlab@seattletimes.com. A selection of responses will appear on the Education Lab blog at a later date.

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