The Umpqua Community College campus reopened last week, but Monday marks the first day of classes since the Oct. 1 shooting. Volunteers and comfort dogs will be on hand to provide support.
Members of Oregon’s congressional delegation released a draft a bill Thursday, aimed at protecting the privacy of students when involved in legal disputes with colleges.
Communities | Education | Business | Recreation | Health | NW Life | Entertainment | Teachers | Food | Nation | Family | NewsOPB | July 17, 2015 4:08 p.m.
Sometimes Think Out Loud guests and callers tell us about things that make them happy. Other times, not so much. Here are five moments of melancholy from the show this week.
Several school districts in Southwest Washington have canceled school Wednesday because teachers are planning to strike.
Teachers in Southwest Washington’s Camas, Washougal and Evergreen school districts are planning to strike Wednesday.
A University of Oregon employee, who spoke out about the way a student's health records were accessed by the university, says she's been fired.
The Oregon Health Policy board met Tuesday to try to reduce the state's vaccination exemption rate, which is the highest in the nation.
Science | Communities | Education | Environment | TeachersOPB | Feb. 10, 2015 4:15 p.m. | COOS BAY, Ore.
Students in Coos Bay, Oregon, are building a large-scale model boat they will track as it travels on Pacific Ocean currents from the equator.
About two dozen public schools in Oregon are taking advantage of some ambiguity in the law that allows students to delay graduating to attend one or even two years of college on the state’s dime.