Doing the same thing and getting the same result are leaving our kids in crisis.
Seattle Public Schools plans to cut 24 librarians from full-time to part-time next school year due to projected budgeting shortfalls.
It's been 40 years since Seattle schools first tried — and failed — to integrate. Today, data suggest segregation persists across the district
A proposal currently before the school board relies on a new idea to close the opportunity gap for all marginalized students. Not everyone is on board.
In January, the University of Washington scrubbed its website of a program funded by the founders of Purdue Pharma.
The district was called "tone deaf" after a school principal sent parents an email suggesting children not fast on standardized testing days.
On the eve of the school's closure, one final student art show.
On the Nisqually River, middle school students are studying a changing ecosystem and advising the grown-ups with power to address it.
After numerous cancellations and with more snow in the forecast, area schools are weighing options to make up the days.
The mayor's Youth Engagement Task Force wants to bring civility back to politics by training young people how to talk about hot-button issues.
If Seattle Public Schools wants to better serve underrepresented students, it should bring back TAF Academy.
The definition of "basic education" needs an update.
Despite improvements in state support, our schools continue to rely on local voter-approved levies to fund items fundamental to day-to-day operations.
In an unusual step, House Speaker Frank Chopp has personally introduced a bill to create a new hospital in Seattle.
Six years after McCleary and education reforms, Seattle Public Schools risks losing nearly a fifth of its operating budget if the levies don’t pass.
In hopes of improving access and affordability, Cornish joins a growing list of small, private, liberal arts schools resetting their tuition rates.