Superintendent Chris Fiedler expects the district will save about $1 million in transportation costs, teaching salaries and district-wide utilities.
After Connecticut officials found "irregularities" at two school cafeterias, authorities traced the stolen lunch money back to two unusual suspects: two sisters behind the counter.
In the age of fake news, civics learning involves a lot more than reading the Constitution. One teacher says she encourages her students to "question everything."
Portland Public Schools set caps for elementary classrooms last spring. The district expects to go above them in eight schools — but isn't assigning more teachers to relieve the crowding.
The Portland Public Schools bond office is expected to reveal a $190 million estimated gap in funding, shared by cost overruns on Madison, Lincoln and Benson high schools.
James Loewen's 1995 book explained how history textbooks got the story of America wrong. Now, in a new edition, Loewen champions critical thinking in the age of fake news.
The popular film this summer shows how the topics — and the format — Fred Rogers brought to TV are as relevant to education and child development as they ever were.
Portland Public Schools' consultants told staff $790 million wouldn't be enough before the May 2017 vote. They were right.
With a recent U.S. degree in hand, many international students are left to navigate the complicated immigration system by themselves.