NPR | July 25, 2017
Five teachers were inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame this year and NPR's Claudio Sanchez sat down with them to get their take on what it means to be a teacher.
NPR | July 24, 2017
In a wired world, summer camp is one of the last phone-free zones. But campers, staff and especially parents don't always appreciate the message.
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry drew huge crowds for an attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest-ever baking soda and vinegar volcano.
East Multnomah County will get a large, new, flagship library to rival the big downtown Portland Central Library if the recommendations in a recently-completed comprehensive strategic study come to pass.
The controversy surrounding a highly-anticipated robotics competition for teens from around the globe overshadowed an otherwise upbeat event focused on kids, robots and changing the world.
After Jenipher Sanni was married at 14, she dropped out of school for a year. Today, she's a a global girl advocate for the U.N. Foundation.
More girls are taking the AP computer science exam, House Republicans rejected school choice expansions in Trump's initial budget request, and the education secretary spoke in Denver amid protests.
DeVos has longstanding ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, which backs school choice policies coast to coast.
They're less common than they were a decade ago, but still the most expensive and riskiest way to pay for college.
Celebrity chef Rosanna Pansino hosts the YouTube show Nerdy Nummies and has more than 8 million subscribers. Among her fans are thousands of children who want to learn how to bake.
Science | Education | Arts | local | Technology | NW Life | Environment | Eclipse 2017OPB | July 19, 2017 12:01 p.m. | Portland
On the morning of Aug. 21, 2017, the moon will pass in front of the sun creating a rare total solar eclipse in Oregon and casting parts of the state into complete daytime darkness. In other words, photographic gold.
The University of Oregon is being sued in federal court by a man who was suspended from campus after UO officials concluded he had sexually assaulted a fellow student in his dorm room last year.