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Ex-Astoria wrestling coach faces new sex charges

A former high school wrestling coach in Astoria, Oregon, has been arrested at the Clatsop County Courthouse on sexual assault charges shortly after he was formally charged with rape.

At Fort Bragg, DeVos talks up school vouchers for military families

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visited a Department of Defense primary school at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and told parents stationed there that the Trump administration wants to provide vouchers for them to send their children to any school they want.

Medical, technical charter schools populate Idaho workforce

When Madison Sargent enrolled in Meridian Technical Charter High School as a freshman, she wasn’t a tech geek. She didn’t even own a computer. She preferred spending time outdoors when she was away from school, rather than hovered over a video game or tearing down a computer.

Ask Dr. Universe: Discovery is a step-by-step process

It’s true – the things we learn at school can get more complicated each year. In pretty much all subjects, what you learn in fifth grade will be harder than what you learn in kindergarten.

Judge approves $25 million Trump University settlement

A judge on Friday approved an agreement for President Donald Trump to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits over his now-defunct Trump University, ending nearly seven years of legal battles with customers who claimed they were misled by failed promises to teach success in real estate.

Divided Legislature looking at long session

A basic education funding solution should not go to the voters, because the issue is too complex. This is a job for legislators. It’s why they’re elected.