For the most part, Washington state fell toward the bottom of new rankings on equitable access to gifted education for Black and Latino students.
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...
The Evergreen State College is overhauling its academic programs in hopes of ending enrollment woes VIEW
In response to big dips in enrollment, The Evergreen State College is restructuring its academic programs.
All Seattle public-high-school graduates are now eligible for free tuition to three of the city's community colleges.
Eva Gordon was a private woman and a savvy investor. Her gift goes to 17 Washington community colleges.
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.
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...
Students showed up to take the test Saturday to find a sign turning them away. It was the second cancellation in two weeks for the...
Less than a year after a UW investigation found that senior associate athletic director Roy Shick's behavior amounted to sexual misconduct, he became vice president...
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