Washington (14-4, 3-3) practices in Utah and we'll have an update on the Huskies later today.
The rate of out-of-school suspensions and expulsions has doubled since the early 1970s, even as rates for juvenile crime and violence in schools have both sharply declined.
A 20-year-old woman was arrested early Saturday in connection with a drive-by shooting in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood.
As part of our ongoing series on school discipline, Education Lab recently asked readers to share their experiences with student discipline. A selection of these responses are below (some have been edited for length or clarity).
Visiting educators and community members are a common sight at Big Picture School in the Highline School District, where I serve as principal. These visitors are interested in thinking differently about public schools, and they often ask about our use of a discipline approach called restorative just
Ten months after it dawned on world health officials that they were facing an unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa, experts and officials agree the tide is turning. But it’s unclear whether the any lessons were learned from an epidemic that killed at least 8,675 people.
More than any other locale, Auschwitz has come to represent the horrors of the Holocaust.
Google’s push to offer faster, cheaper wireless service plays into the company’s goal to get Internet access to more people, who then will visit more websites, provide more information about themselves and see more Google ads, generating more revenue.
Anglers fishing Baker Lake — located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest — for sockeye last summer were disappointed with the inequity of catch between the sport and tribes.
Former Lions QB Scott Mitchell got eliminated from TV’s “The Biggest Loser” — but not before he’d whittled his weight from 366 pounds down to 240.
Early in June, a motley fleet of small boats will assemble off Port Townsend, and at the sound of a starting gun, race northward. Later that month — or perhaps the next month — one of them will arrive in Ketchikan, Alaska, to collect a $10,000 prize and some rare bragging rights.
Seattle's Marshawn Lynch has been fined twice in recent weeks for an obscene gesture --- specifically, grabbing his crotch --- after scoring touchdowns.
Kickoff for the Sounders and MLS is six weeks away – unless, of course, a collective bargaining agreement between the MLS players’ union and the league ownership cannot be reached.
Reports emerge last week indicating that goalkeeper Tyler Miller, Seattle's second-round draft pick, had accepted a fourth-division contract to play in Germany. Given that the Sounders traded away the rights to Homegrown Player Sean Okoli to New England for the pick, it appeared Seattle had lost its
While you were obsessing over the State of the Union or Deflategate, Washington state politics moved forward. Here's what you may have missed:
New England coach Bill Belichick just held one of the more unusual press conferences in NFL history, talking at length about Deflate-gate.
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