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  • A Different Way
  • A Different Way

    Why more Spokane schools are trying a nontraditional teaching method called project-based learning
  • Higher Expectations
  • Higher Expectations

    North Central has taken seventh- and eighth-graders out of middle school and into its renowned science program — and it's working
  • A Different Track
  • A Different Track

    How local high schools are trying to meet the increasing demand for skilled manufacturing jobs
  • 'Cautiously Optimistic'
  • 'Cautiously Optimistic'

    Spokane Public Schools has seen improvement since committing to reducing suspensions, but the hardest part is yet to come
  • Global Outreach
  • Global Outreach

    Washington State University plans to admit more international students to compete with top schools. But will that hurt in-state students?
  • 'It Shouldn't of Happened'
  • 'It Shouldn't of Happened'

    North Idaho College never questioned the men implicated in an alleged gang rape; instead, school officials scrutinized their accuser
  • 'Party Culture'
  • 'Party Culture'

    Area colleges, including EWU and WSU, are cracking down on alcohol consumption as one way to prevent sexual assault
  • 'Seek and Destroy'
  • 'Seek and Destroy'

    In his final days as state superintendent of public instruction, Randy Dorn keeps shouting on behalf of schools. Has anyone listened?
  • Too Smart for School
  • Too Smart for School

    What happens when a 12-year-old prodigy tries to go to college in Spokane?
  • Opening New Doors
  • Opening New Doors

    A Spokane college fills a need for refugees and international students, while changing how English is taught around the world
  • Corrective Actions
  • Corrective Actions

    How Spokane Public Schools is trying to solve its student discipline problem
  • Running a Fine Line
  • Running a Fine Line

    North Central's boys cross country program was found to have wrongfully recruited kids; is it possible that coaches don't actually know the rules?
  • An Unfamiliar Path
  • An Unfamiliar Path

    Why first-generation college students can struggle, and how local colleges are trying to help
  • A President's Role
  • A President's Role

    New WSU President Kirk Schulz will try to carry on the vision of the late Elson S. Floyd as the responsibilities of the job itself continue to evolve
  • Up in the Air
  • Up in the Air

    With the lowest graduation rates of all Washington students, foster youth need all the help they can get
  • The Charter Project
  • The Charter Project

    After being saved, charter schools — including Spokane's PRIDE Prep — can focus on helping students who want an alternative
  • A Student and a Half
  • A Student and a Half

    Spokane Public Schools faces scrutiny for a policy that, some argue, discriminates against special ed students
  • 'Not Past Tense'
  • 'Not Past Tense'

    Washington school districts are preparing for new requirements to teach tribal history and culture, and they're being asked to rebuild bridges that have been burned
  • Gone Too Soon
  • Gone Too Soon

    After an EWU student's fatal overdose, should colleges change the way they view drug abuse?
  • Changing Course
  • Changing Course

    School districts are figuring out the best practices for transgender students, including which bathroom they can use
  • Uneasy Transitions
  • Uneasy Transitions

    Why community college students in Washington state have trouble transferring to four-year schools

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