Eva Gordon was a private woman and a savvy investor. Her gift goes to 17 Washington community colleges.
Nearly 19,000 youth in King County are neither working nor in school. How one Seattle nonprofit is changing that.
Since 2002, the little-known Seattle Education Access has sent advocates across South King County to find so-called "opportunity youth," 16- to 24-year-olds who are neither in...
For black students at Highline College, this program 'is really there to show you that yes, you can succeed'
A California program was helping more black students earn college credit and graduate, so Highline College replicated it in Washington. Three years later, it's succeeding...
The college will appeal. The cited violations occurred during a moment of chaotic leadership churn for the community college in Auburn.
Seattle voters will decide this November whether to approve a $600-million-plus education levy that will make community college free for students graduating from the city's...
The retiring head of the state’s community-college system says the colleges are still recovering from recession-era budget cuts.
Q&A: Marty Brown shares what he’s learned after four years of steering Washington’s community colleges
Brown did not have a background in education administration, so we asked him what he’s learned from the job.
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