NPR | April 26, 2015
A bill in the Iowa state Senate would rate and fire professors based solely on student evaluations. Research suggests that's not such a good idea.
OPB | April 24, 2015
At one Seattle high school, every student expected to take the test, refused. Superintendent Dorn suspects teachers are part of a "stealth campaign" against the exams.
NPR | April 24, 2015
H. Richard Milner's new book helps educators understand how to incorporate talk of race, class and inequality into their classroom lessons.
She ran away to an ashram to heal from an abusive childhood. She used the Yellow Pages to pick a new career. Then a harsh encounter in an Indian village inspired her to found a group to educate girls.
Metal Toad Media and Jive Software opened their doors to a group of high school students Thursday as part of an effort to grow the city's talent pool of future coders.
Gov. Kate Brown is re-appointing 21 people to the year-old governing boards of Oregon's three largest universities.
Environment | News | Energy | Education | TransportationAP | April 23, 2015 8:49 a.m.
The Mount Vernon School Board on Wednesday unanimously passed a resolution calling for additional safety measures for crude oil transport through its school district and Skagit County.
A new book recommends simplifying community college pathways to help more students graduate.
Oregon State University professor Aaron Wolf won a Heinz Award for public policy.
Activists say that about 175,000 students refused to take federally mandated tests last week.
Lawmakers voted 47 to 10 to phase out plastic foam by 2021. School districts that aren't sure they can make that deadline can get state permission to take longer, and they can keep using the material if they recycle it.