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UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 24, 2018

Washington Senate expands college aid for Dreamers, with or without DACA

Washington could offer Dreamers expanded college aid even if Congress doesn’t pass a DACA fix.

College Bound program helps students focus on education

Study after study shows that a college degree is the best chance for low-income students to improve their lives. But those students may feel powerless to make college a reality. …

Education Notes: ‘Music Man’ hits stage at St. George’s School

The drama students at St. George’s School will perform “The Music Man” beginning Wednesday in the school’s Founders Theater at 7 p.m. Performances continue April 26 at 7 p.m. and …

Odyssey stages student play

Eighth-graders in the Spokane Public Schools Odyssey Program had the opportunity to get out of the classroom and get up on the stage in their performance of “Beyond the Mountains,” …

School Notes: Pledge deadline near for College Bound Scholarship

Spokane Public Schools seventh- and eighth-graders living in low-income families may be eligible for a College Bound Scholarship, on the condition that the students sign a pledge to graduate from …

Aid for students from lower-income homes feeding dreams

Emelia Espinoza’s father died when she was 4, forcing her mother to raise her, a brother and a sister on a housekeeper’s salary. “It’s been one of my goals to …