Kindergarten teacher Caitlin McNulty helps keep education accessible, safe and equitable during the coronavirus lockdown.
By now school districts should know: Police presence in schools has negative consequences for marginalized students.
Students in Palouse, veterans on Whidbey Island, and seniors in Seattle are worse off without it.
In the wake of COVID-19, many of us have lost the jobs we need to afford our education.
Students — many in debt and newly unemployed — say a reduced college experience shouldn’t cost as much. Meanwhile, schools have their own budget fears.
A disruption in education also means the loss of critical special education services. Districts across Washington are scrambling to do what they can.
Previously closed schools are reopening, this time for child care for parents still required to work. They're supplemented by nonprofits like the YMCA and Boys & Girls Club.
Experienced home-schoolers offer advice for Washington parents figuring things out at home after coronavirus shut schools down.
Experts are predicting an imminent shortage of health care workers, but med schools worry about the lack of protective gear and testing.
Integrated Schools is a volunteer organization that aims to get privileged parents to opt for schools with the benefit of diversity.
School districts are putting together plans to keep teaching and feeding students through closures during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Three proposals in the state Legislature seek to help those with past convictions volunteer in schools, clear their records and earn their right to vote back faster.
Throughout the state, tribal elders and educators are bringing Salish and other languages to youth.
The Seattle art school's first Black president is on a mission to revamp the century-old institution.
Seattle Public Library patrons will still have to pay for lost or damaged items, but the city chose a collections company that won't forward debts to credit reporting agencies.
Advocates hope legislation requiring comprehensive K-12 sexual health education will be successful in 2020.