The Education Department is proposing that it collect more information on bullying and sexual assaults happening at schools, and less information on things like preschool suspension rates.
The senators urged the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to do more to examine problems with a troubled loan forgiveness program, citing an investigative story by NPR this week.
The Trump administration blocked the nation's top consumer protection agency from digging into problems with a program designed to help police, firefighters and other public service workers.
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and 29 other attorneys general around the nation Thursday requested that the U.S. Department of Education extend the time frame to cancel student loans for students of now-closed schools.
The state released data on schools and districts Thursday covering attendance, student progress and whether students are on-track to graduate.
The Portland Police Bureau announced Wednesday that they believe missing 18-year-old University of Portland student Owen Klinger left the area of his own free will.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Wednesday that she expects the teachers union to move ahead with their strike after a contract agreement wasn't reached.
The DOJ found that the district refused to hire a man as a teacher due to his immigration status. He is a work-authorized non-U.S. citizen.
In 1998, Washington voters overwhelmingly approved Initiative 200, which effectively ended affirmative action in the state. Now, 21 years later, voters this November will once again have a chance to weigh in on the issue once again.
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As the climate gets warmer, farmers in the Willamette Valley are testing an agricultural technique called dry farming. Instead of irrigating crops, they rely on the moisture stored in the soil.
The president of Southern Oregon University is calling for a 4% campus-wide reduction in spending.
An Oregon State University committee is narrowing a pool of more than 160 people down to 12 candidates, who it plans to interview sometime this month.
A new survey from Sesame Workshop suggests, when it comes to talking with kids about things like race, class, and gender, parents have some work to do.