Venice Buhain writes about education with an equity lens. She previously worked for KING 5, The Seattle Globalist and TVW News.
The opinion cites the First Amendment as giving the coach the right for private personal prayer on the field.
But in the wake of the Uvalde shooting, some students and educators say a national reckoning on guns is key to school safety.
Local education leaders discuss how the pandemic and racial reckoning have affected schools — and how we can move forward.
Education reporter Venice Buhain was impressed by the willingness of families to share their complex reasons for staying in or leaving their public schools.
In particular, families of children with disabilities have long advocated for improved access to language interpreters at schools.
At issue is whether Bremerton School District or a football coach violated the First Amendment.
As students leave publicly funded K-12 classrooms, families tell Crosscut what's influencing their decision.
State education spending has decreased by $900M as enrollment dropped during the pandemic.
30,000 students left state K-12 public education since the pandemic began. Help us tell stories about why.
District committee criticizes the book's language and says the way it handles race issues is problematic.