Eva Gordon was a private woman and a savvy investor. Her gift goes to 17 Washington community colleges.
A Seattle treatment center closes its doors to foster children, adding to debate over how Washington cares for them
Some of Washington's most vulnerable children — those in foster care — can no longer find help at a residential treatment facility in Seattle. Administrators...
Four Washington charter schools closed this year. What will keep another from reaching the same fate?
Washington’s new career-education programs are off the ground, but how will the state regulate them?
More than $25 million will support new career-education programs across Washington, but officials are still figuring out how to ensure the programs are equitable.
Why one Bellevue family is giving thanks: Their little boy doesn’t speak. But just look at him walk – and make all kinds of progress | Fund For The Needy VIEW
Saul, 3 1/2, doesn't speak, but is making big progress -- even testing his independence -- since his parents found Kindering, one of 12 local...
Application meant to simplify college admissions actually makes schools more selective, study shows, including some in Washington
The Common Application is widening the gap between the types of students who attend the nation's most and least selective colleges, new research suggests.
Washington's public universities can't add race to the admissions process but say they'll find other ways to attract more racial minorities.
Starting with the class of 2020, students can choose from a list of new pathways to earn a high-school diploma.
Samuel Martinez’s eyes crinkled when he smiled. He had a dry sense of humor, adored his cat named Snow and went out of his way...