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Stuttering Management Workshop at EWU

Eastern Washington University hosts a Stuttering Management Workshop, an intensive summer workshop for people working to manage a stuttering disorder at the University Hearing and Speech Clinic on the EWU Spokane Campus. Developed and utilized for more than 35 years at Eastern, the Successful Stuttering Management Program (SSMP) has helped hundreds of clients learn the tools needed to gain control and confidence in their daily interactions with others.

Spokane schools’ summer STEM camps combat out-of-school slide

On a hot July day, Maudie Johnson, 9, is trying to solve a homicide. She’s bent over a Kindle, comparing and contrasting footprints taken from a crime scene down the hall. Nearby, another child examines what is purported to be blood splatters taken from the wall of the room.

‘Upskirt’ images case involving ex-teacher goes to jury

A prosecutor argued to jurors Tuesday he finds it odd that a former Evergreen High School teacher on trial for allegedly trying to take “upskirt” images of females, including students, claims they were mistakenly taken.

Idaho to continue buying timberland and farmland

Idaho officials have decided to continue buying timberland and farmland to generate revenue for public schools following a financial consultant’s review of the state’s reinvestment plan.

DeVos: Too many college students have been treated unfairly under sex assault policy

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Thursday that too many students have been treated unfairly as colleges have sought to comply with Obama-era policy on handling sexual assault, but she declined to offer any specifics about how she intends to move forward on one of the more controversial and closely watched issues handled by her agency.

Education official apologizes anew, this time to victims

The Education Department’s top civil rights official’s “flippant” remarks are raising questions about the government’s commitment to fighting campus sexual violence, even as she issued her second apology in as many days for attributing 90 percent of sexual assault claims to both parties being drunk.