Elizabeth Miller is OPB’s education reporter.
She previously covered the environment and the Great Lakes for ideastream in Cleveland, Ohio.
Her pieces have aired nationally on NPR and on other programs including "Marketplace" and "Here and Now."
She also spent time working at an Akron news station and as an intern on NPR’s national desk. An Ohio native, Elizabeth is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace University.
OPB spoke with three Asian American students about their experiences at school and online as coronavirus concerns moved closer to home.
Following an executive order from Governor Kate Brown, more than a dozen of Oregon's colleges and universities will offer remote classes for the entire spring term.
With schools closed until April 28, will school districts be required to provide online school and child care?
The Tigard Tualatin School Board voted Thursday evening to close schools, effective Friday March 13. Students will be allowed to retrieve their belongings on the morning of the 14th.
The University of Oregon is responding to the spread of coronavirus with remote learning and a curb on large gatherings.
School districts are applying for non-competitive grant money from the state's $1 billion investment known as the Student Success Act. Some are rushing to get in applications to get a head start on hiring qualified teachers.
Portland Public Schools staff will recommend ending the year-round program at Rosa Parks Elementary. Some staff and parents aren’t happy with how the district came to that decision.
In January 2019, the Oregon secretary of state’s office released a tough audit of the state's largest school district and its statewide education agency, and found both struggled to track spending.
Concordia University announced its closure Monday morning. In the days since, more information has become available about the faculty, students, and community that will be affected.
Leo Lawyer, Principal of Portland’s Cleveland High School, has resigned after less than a year on the job.
Beaverton is changing. Over the last 19 years, Beaverton schools have become more diverse, with students of color now making up 53% of the student body. In 2000, they were 26%. What's it like growing up Latino in Beaverton?
Five more former Catlin Gabel students filed lawsuits against the school. They claim sexual, physical and emotional abuse at the hands of teachers — one of whom is still employed by the school.
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Portland General Electric will give $250,000 toward Portland Public Schools' climate change curriculum.
A new complaint filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court Wednesday alleges abuse by four former Catlin Gabel staffers.
Oregon's graduation rate has hit 80%, an all-time high. But the story is about more than the numbers.
A fire at Beaverton High School Saturday caused smoke damage in multiple classrooms and areas of the school.
Multnomah County voters can expect to see a ballot measure this November for expanded preschool.
A former Catlin Gabel student has filed a lawsuit against the Portland area private school, claiming they were negligent in protecting her from child sexual abuse at the hands of a teacher.