About 68.5 percent of voters marked their approval for the heftiest education levy in city history, but thousands of ballots still need to be counted.
The state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that funding charter schools with lottery money does not violate the state constitution.
Delays — some up to 2 hours — are still being reported on dozens of routes. Parents around the city are mobilizing for carpools, making...
Seattle schools adjusted levy's priorities to make it more fair, but alienated some families in the process
The latest list of projects for Seattle Public Schools next capital construction levy, on the ballot in February 2019, might have looked different if the...
A passing grade for Seattle’s preschool program? New report evaluates its performance. | Election 2018
City officials say the Seattle Preschool Program's latest evaluation report makes a good case for its expansion.
Known for its civically engaged staff and students, the Central District high school is one of nearly 30 schools across the district that will lose...
To fix driver shortage, Seattle schools' bus contractor offers $22 per hour to start and up to $3,000 hiring bonus
The district and its school-bus contractor, First Student, have implemented a few stopgap measures in the last week to help mitigate a bus-driver shortage.