NPR | June 20, 2016
A new wave of educational technology focuses on building family connections. Here's a look at two new approaches.
Portland Public Schools administrators say the program for migrants is shrinking amid changing demographics, rising housing costs — and the improved circumstances of some families.
A Beaverton parents group says there are data problems and policy shortcomings in the planned overhaul of high school boundaries.
A new national survey shows a huge disconnect between parent perceptions and student performance.
The internet can be a dangerous place, especially for kids who may struggle with communication. A psychologist offers some guidelines to help kids with special needs stay safe online.
Jefferson High School tops the list of Portland schools showing elevated lead levels in the latest round of published results.
local | Health | News | Lead In The WaterOPB | July 7, 2016 3:30 p.m. | Portland
Portland State and Oregon State universities have found elevated lead levels in water on campus.
Communities | local | Education | NewsOPB | July 6, 2016 2:26 p.m. | Portland
Paul Anthony says Portland Public Schools is discriminating against children of color by not offering the same courses at schools where they attend in higher numbers.
Supporters of the Outdoor School For All campaign submitted more than 120,000 signatures to the Oregon Secretary of State on Thursday.
A new book looks inside the minds of introverted kids, with lessons for schools on class participation, groupthink and public speaking.