(Richland, WA) -- It's the start of something new at WSU Tri-Cities; the school is teaming up with Washington River Protection Solutions to launch a new cooperative internship for select juniors, seniors, and graduate students. WRPS is a prime contractor at the Hanford site, and the new program intends recruit and retain students interested in working on the environmental cleanup effort
SALEM, Ore. - The Oregon State House is set to vote next week on a bill to remove the graduation requirement that all high school students prove they are proficient in math, reading and writing in order to earn their diploma.
If if becomes law, updated graduation requirements could include setting different requirements for students who opt for a career in a technical field or in the fine arts
Washington State- As educators and child care workers are added to the COVID vaccine eligibility list in Washington State, the Health Department says the best place for those people to get their dose is through the federal pharmacy program
A bill prohibiting the use of Native American names, symbols, or mascots at Washington schools has passed by a margin of 92-5 in the house and now moves to the senate for consideration
If approved by the full legislature and signed by Governor Jay Inslee, the ban would take effect January 1.
OLYMPIA, Wash.- With all the changes to education due to Covid-19, could this be a good time to change the school calendar permanently?
Senator Brad Hawkins says that this is a prime opportunity to try out a year-round school model.