District committee criticizes the book's language and says the way it handles race issues is problematic.
Federal and state programs continue to push for more funds to support families and child care
Between students' pandemic burnout and financial concerns, school counselors are reevaluating how to help kids map out life after graduation.
Ideological differences make more of a difference than financial resources in keeping U.S. child care behind.
After a Newport High student reported she was abused by a classmate, she said the school didn't take her seriously, so she took to social media.
The NCAA's rule changes are a boon to some athletes, but limitations and hurdles are frustrating to some.
It's unclear how long the high demand will last. National polls suggest that not all parents will rush to get their child vaccinated.
Congress is debating ways to improve training programs for women — and everyone — in the building trades.
Almost half the workforce can't leave the house with kids at home and few feasible options
In Washington state and across the country, the financial realities of child care are like mismatched puzzle pieces jammed together.
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.