State health officials are requiring masks at K-12 schools this fall.
Three schoolteachers in Washington state who sued chemical company Monsanto over exposure to materials in fluorescent lights have been awarded $185 million.
Walmart launched an updated version of its Live Better U education program and will pay 100% of college tuition and books for its associates.
Many colleges across the country are telling students a COVID-19 vaccination is required if they want to attend classes on campus during the upcoming academic year.
Some U.S. parents say they're planning to continue to homeschool their children, even as schools resume in-person classes.
Washington State coach Nick Rolovich said he will not participate on site at next week’s Pac-12 media day in Los Angeles after choosing not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
UW Medicine is looking for individuals who recently tested positive for COVID-19 to partake in a study.
Walking around on a summer night, it feels like Washington is back.
Three young men from Bellevue have created a $1.7 million business in a matter of months, focusing that business on changing educational access for kids around the world.
“You deserve a raise, not just praise,” Biden said in remarks at the National Education Association’s annual meeting in Washington.
Five Black officers with the University of Washington Police Department have filed claims of racism against the department and are seeking $8 million in damages, alleging they were routinely insulted and demeaned by co-workers and supervisors.
Five Black police officers at the University of Washington say they have been subjected to 'unbearable' racism while employed by the department.
The medical school at Washington State University has received full accreditation, the final step in an academic journey that took nearly six years.
Following an announcement by the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday, both University of Washington and Washington State University announced that home football games will operate at full capacity for fans.
Lucas and Art Kelly have a unique take on going to school during a pandemic.
We are in the season of high school graduations and a time when students are really getting excited about college. But if graduation is still a ways away, it’s a good time now to get ready to set your kids up for success in this arena.
With the state expected as of Wednesday to fully reopen June 30th, most parents are also wondering what schools will look like in the fall.
The U.S. Department of Education issued a notice of interpretation Wednesday explaining that it will enforce Title IX’s discrimination prohibitions to protect students.
Latonya Evans had no clue she would eventually earn a college degree and publish a book after her Uber passenger, Kevin Esch, decided to pay her initial school debt.
Cincinnati Public Schools entered a $3 million settlement with the parents of an 8-year-old student who killed himself after being bullied.