We hear about the idea of "pop-up campuses" for international students, some new laws that just took effect in Oregon, and a podcast all about a 1980s video arcade game.
Being undocumented sometimes means spending a lot of time trying to convince people why you deserve to stay in the United States.
“Class of 2025" takes an in-depth look at the challenges facing public schools today, explored through the lives of the students themselves.
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.
Not long before the University of Oregon Board of Trustees overwhelmingly passed a 10.6 percent tuition increase Thursday, the board heard from UO student Charlie Landeros.
Analysts of education law in Oregon suggest federal changes to transgender policy are unlikely to change guidelines here.
Wednesday is the deadline for parents of Oregon students to get their children vaccinated.
Students have complained of leaks, musty smells, dampness and difficulty regulating heat in some of the older facilities on campus.
A project that may push up the cost of attending the University of Oregon in the 2017-18 school year is beginning to emerge.
The underlying problem seems obvious: kids don't learn if they're not coming to school. A new “Chronic Absenteeism Report” responds to a law Oregon passed earlier this year.
PSU students are bringing a list of demands to the next board of trustees meeting.
WEDNESDAY: After negotiations with the University of Oregon administration failed, the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation went on strike Tuesday for the first time in its 38 year history.
TUESDAY: We'll hear more about recommended changes to the transfer policy at Portland Public Schools from the district, parents, and the committee that made the recommendations.
WEDNESDAY: Concerned parents attended a school board meeting on Monday night to comment on proposed changes to the transfer policy at Portland Public Schools.
On Thanksgiving Day, University of Oregon graduate teaching fellows will be cleared to strike under timelines set by state labor law.
TUESDAY: The district is starting the process of overhauling its transfer policies while at the same time redrawing neighborhood school boundaries.
New federal reporting process paints clearer picture of kids in need