Last year, Washington lawmakers made college free for some. This year, they want to make it more accessible.
College in Washington is now cheap or free for many students. But, lawmakers say, not enough people are taking advantage.
Not even a week into the new decade, Min Sun already accomplished what many who work in education may never do. She helped persuade people...
A Washington State University program, for instance, offers students ages 18 to 29, with intellectual or developmental challenges, the opportunity to audit courses, work in...
All Seattle public-high-school graduates are now eligible for free tuition to three of the city's community colleges.
Four Washington charter schools closed this year. What will keep another from reaching the same fate?
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.
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.
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