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Registration underway for Mead School District’s popular summer STEM camps

The Mead School District is continuing its annual tradition of opening its doors to the community for summer STEM camps and registration for the popular camps is now open.

Homelessness hits K-12 students hard

Recent data shows homelessness among students K-12 rising statewide for the ninth school year in a row, to a new high of 40,934, according to the state Office of the …

UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 5, 2017, 4:42 p.m.

GOP plan expands college savings plans to cover K-12 costs

A late amendment to the Republicans’ tax overhaul plan would allow parents to put money they save for their children’s college costs toward K-12 education, including private school tuition and …

State superintendent: May be time to close schools

Washington’s Superintendent of Public Instruction says it may be time to consider shutting down the state’s K-12 public schools until the Legislature makes progress toward fully paying for education.

Higher learning requirements coming for K-12 classrooms

Unless you’re an educator, state lawmaker or K-12 policy wonk, you might not have heard about the Common Core. If you have children in school, however, you soon will.

School administrators’ pay among highest in county

Spokane-area public school administrators were not sheltered from the budget storm that howled across Washington last year. An analysis of top administrators’ pay in the Spokane area’s three largest districts …