Von Tresckow “Paul” Patu, a longtime advocate for Seattle’s South Pacific Islander immigrant community and a Seattle Public Schools community liaison, has died.
Mayor Ed Murray's administration has released an implementation plan for Seattle's new subsidized-preschool pilot program, which launches in September. Voters endorsed the Seattle Preschool Program last year when they approved a ballot measure raising property taxes to subsidize early learning. The measure authorized a $58 million property-tax levy to fund a four-year pilot, which will subsidize...
Teaching is more than a job, it's an evolved human ability, according to the authors of The Teaching Brain.
Last week was do-or-die for most bills in Olympia. When it came to education, some controversial proposals survived, and others are all but dead.
Seattle University adjunct faculty members and students walked out of class Wednesday as part of a national effort to call attention to adjuncts’ working conditions.
Seattle University faculty and students are planning a walkout Wednesday to draw attention to salaries and working conditions for contingent, or adjunct, faculty members.
Tech leaders are calling on the Washington Legislature to fund more than a third of the cost of a new computer science building on the University of Washington campus.
Facebook is introducing a tool that makes it easier for people to reach out to friends they think could be suicidal.
Jerry Baldasty, a senior vice-provost at the University of Washington, has been appointed interim provost.
The Washington Legislature gives higher education a smaller slice of the budget pie than it did 34 years ago. Here's where the money is going instead.