How should schools teach kids who are way ahead of the pack, like Class of 2025 students Anna and Johnathan?
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is the latest area leader to call on the state’s largest school district to let a small charter school stay where it is.
The suspect in a shooting that left one student dead and three injured at Freeman High School outside of Spokane, Washington, last week quietly pleaded not guilty on Friday.
Oregon education officials have warned Beaverton that if the allegations are true, the treatment of male and female athletes could violate state law.
What does it take for forests to recover from wildfire? Should school lunches be free? Also, we hear from members of Oregon's community of Rohingya Muslim immigrants and refugees.
Oregon’s largest school district rolled out plans Thursday to redraw school boundaries and relocate programs affecting 17 campuses.
The kids in Oregon's largest school district went back to school this week, and none of them were allowed to drink from school water fountains.
Though he started the job in July, Pendleton School District's new superintendent, Chris Fritsch, spent the first day of school touring classrooms in the district.
We discuss The Oregonian/OregonLive's reporting about sexual misconduct at Portland Public Schools, efforts to address housing for Oregon's foster youth, and the issue of lead in Portland houses. We also hear from a tattoo artist who works with breast-cancer survivors.
“Class of 2025" takes an in-depth look at the challenges facing public schools today, explored through the lives of the students themselves.
Despite more than $400 million in budget increases this year for Oregon Public Schools, many districts have been forced to trim teaching positions and programs.
Heavy Asian-Americans are more likely to be perceived as "American." Also, what was being taught in a teen pregnancy prevention program whose federal funding has been cut? And the news of the week.
A cyberbullying incident at Whiteaker Middle School in the Salem-Keizer school district shows the challenges educators face when trying to deal with off-campus bullying.
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We discuss whether psychologists should be allowed to prescribe drugs, and hear from Portland Public Schools' board chair about their ongoing superintendent search. Also, our news roundtable takes up the week's big headlines.
The Oregon Legislature wrapped up its work July 7 after five months of work that will affect everyone in Oregon — including public school students in the class of 2025.
The breathtaking view from the new campus is not only a reminder of life on the coast, but the earthquake and tsunami danger that prompted the move to higher ground.
Oregon lawmakers are moving ahead with a measure that would require school districts to test for lead.
Portland Public Schools plans to open two middle schools on the east side. But after questions from a boundary committee, decisions are likely to wait until fall.
Thursday night brought seven sitting members of the Portland Public Schools board, together with the three new members elected last month to discuss the key job of hiring a new superintendent.