OPB | June 23, 2017
Forest Grove Police are charging a school payroll staffer with three counts each of forgery, theft and identify theft.
OPB | June 20, 2017
The Oregon House has postponed a key vote on the state's K-12 education budget. Democrats put off the decision until next Tuesday at the earliest.
OPB | June 15, 2017
Portland voters supported a $790 million schools repair bond in May. Now, the question is how to get all that work done quickly.
Friends and family gathered at one Oregon school this weekend, to celebrate a senior class of just three.
One of Portland’s most brutal looking buildings is going to get a renovation, complete with a new art museum, thanks to a $5 million donation from philanthropist Jordan Schnitzer.
Portland Public Schools plans to open two middle schools on the east side. But after questions from a boundary committee, decisions are likely to wait until fall.
Thursday night brought seven sitting members of the Portland Public Schools board, together with the three new members elected last month to discuss the key job of hiring a new superintendent.
Oregon's two largest universities gained approval Thursday for significant tuition increases, after initially being denied.
Newly elected board members Scott Bailey, Julia Brim-Edwards and Rita Moore will comprise a majority of the superintendent search task force.
Portland Public Schools said Friday it will not release the final background report on the superintendent finalist that fell through.
School districts in Portland and Deschutes County are celebrating big wins for bond measures in Tuesday’s election, but Mt. Hood Community College was handed its sixth bond defeat since 1974.
Despite a plague of public relations troubles, the largest school bond in Oregon history has passed. The victory means Portland Public Schools can ramp up efforts to clean up health hazards and overhaul four big schools.