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.
Other universities have tried to discourage controversial right-wing speakers — but eventually change their position.
At Maple Leaf's Perkins School, students work and learn in a living classroom that surrounds them with sustainability and green concepts.
As the state Legislature contemplates how it can help the emergent industry, the University of Washington lays the groundwork for a future workforce.