Kathryn E. Barnard, the University of Washington nursing professor who pioneered early theories of infant mental health, died Saturday in Seattle. She was 77.
Sheila Edwards Lange, a vice president at the University of Washington, will head Seattle Central College as its interim president and may become a candidate for the permanent position.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it will dive back into the fight over the use of race in admissions at the University of Texas, a decision that presages tighter limits on affirmative action in higher education. The justices said they will hear for a second time the case of a white woman...
Time for your close-up, Rainier Beach. The long-maligned high school gets national television coverage for a turnaround-in-progress.
The old and the young experience the full spectrum of life at Providence Mount St. Vincent’s Intergenerational Learning Center.
A bill that would remove the state biology exam as a high-school-graduation requirement has stalled in the state Legislature, putting the diplomas of as many as 2,000 high-school seniors at risk.
For the first time, Washington state offers its high school graduates the chance to earn a Seal of Biliteracy, a new credential that shows they've mastered a language that they've learned at school or at home.
The maintenance crew at Brookside Elementary in Lake Forest Park had a wildlife-removal firm set up traps to catch and kill a beaver at a creek by the school. Then they heard from moms and kids. The traps are gone.
While keeping his illness private, the late Washington State University President Elson Floyd accomplished a great deal, especially in the last year of his life.
Right out of the gate, the state panel governing charter schools faced a tough decision about whether to pull the plug on the state’s first charter school.