The Pentagon promises opportunities for education as part of enlistment. But availability of college classes is spotty as the perk gets slashed.
'Solar schools’ could help the city in an age of intensifying extreme weather events.
Without a more nimble approach to COVID contingencies, WA's largest school district risks losing vital state funding — and parent trust.
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Ninth-grade success has been correlated with graduation. Incoming freshmen at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma get a peek at high school life.
A local movement to help people empathize with animals is changing the way zoos around the country do their work.
Many Washington state educators feel the hot-button term is being unduly conflated with teaching anything about race and racism.
Photo editor Dorothy Edwards selected images reflecting on shared humanity around Washington state.
School employees have until Oct. 18 to be fully vaccinated, or they will lose their jobs.
Studying from their homes abroad meant dealing with time-zone differences, social isolation and a very strange year.
She joins our newsroom with an aim to bring an equity lens to the beat, unpacking the promises of a U.S. education.
Amid the pandemic, some had added responsibilities to juggle with classes — helping care for siblings, working to support themselves and their families.
The case, brought by five Black officers, exposes a troubling hallmark of campus life.
Three educators talk about how George Floyd’s murder and the BLM movement have inspired them to include more social justice education.
As Canada faces a reckoning over more deaths at Indigenous schools, an inquiry into similar U.S. sites may advance the search for Northwest kids who didn’t survive.