Portland Public Schools is facing a formal complaint over its handling of ACCESS Academy - an alternative program for gifted students whose neighborhood schools were not adequately serving them.
The district's chief operating officer and chief strategic officer are both leaving, as Portland Public Schools announced a budget-driven cut of 35 central office positions.
After community outrage over his retweet of a message warning of dangerous "illegal aliens," Beaverton School District's deputy superintendent, Steve Phillips, resigned Tuesday.
The Oregon Department of Education has fired a high-ranking administrator amid complaints about alleged bullying and harassment of colleagues and questions about his legislative agenda.
An Oregon student with multiple disabilities has won a court case that found the Dallas School District provided inadequate care and education.
Months after demanding answers about problems at a federal boarding school for Native American students, Oregon’s congressional delegation hasn’t gotten a response.
Dozens of Oregon school districts continue to fall short of federally monitored goals for students receiving special education services, according to a new federal report.
The “State Of Safe Schools” report found troubling evidence of a rise in traumatized Oregon children. More Oregon eighth graders – up to 17 percent on a survey last year — reported having suicidal thoughts.
The rebuild of the city's oldest school is a proxy for growth in Gresham – and the city's response to it.
Portland Public Schools has reversed a plan to fire Chris Riser, and Ockley Green Middle School teacher who led a controversial student walkout in February.
About 200 students from Ockley Green Middle School demonstrated against a Portland Public Schools decision to suspend a teacher who led a February Black Lives Matter walkout.
Portland Public Schools’ decision not to move the Pioneer special school has reassured one group of parents while throwing another into limbo.