NPR | Aug. 24, 2015
Sonia Manzano has spent 44 years as one of the lucky residents of Sesame Street. In her memoir she describes how, during her own difficult childhood in the South Bronx, she sought comfort in TV.
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OPB | June 17, 2015
Latino students in Oregon graduate high school and enroll in college less often than other students. Eastern Promise aims to close that gap through a language exam that delivers college credit.
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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Tuesday, allowing parents to more easily opt out of state testing under the Common Core curriculum.
More than 40 eastern Oregon high schools have joined with college leaders in a program to help students from the area get a head start on college. It's become a model for the whole state.
News | Technology | Education | localOPB | June 9, 2015 5:34 p.m.
Tech companies like Facebook and Amazon had been lobbying Oregon lawmakers for more access to student data.
The votes a decade ago to create Portland's Kindergarten-to-8th grade schools were contentious. Reversing those moves could be complicated.
Essential Lens: Analyzing Photographs Across the Curriculum | Feb. 04, 2015
This multidisciplinary resource, produced by OPB, provides everything a middle school or high school teacher needs to begin using photographs to engage students in deeper understanding and learning of a range of subjects from history to biology.
The state of Oregon set a goal to have all of the class of 2025 graduate high school. OPB is following a group of kindergartners as they start their educational journey toward high school. In 2014, those students started second grade. These are some of their stories.
Class Of 2025: Follow Students From First Grade To Graduation | May 01, 2015