The Sherman County school board dismissed its interim district Superintendent Dr. Brian Metke on Nov. 20. A statement to the press last week said the board of directors had “unanimously voted to terminate [his] contract without cause.”
The Oregon Department of Education revamped its report cards for the state’s k-12 public schools this year.
Three schools falls short of standards, improve
WASHINGTON — Today’s fourth and eighth graders are doing better than their predecessors in math and reading, but even with record scores, it’s too early to celebrate.
Brown advocates funding to support GED training
SEATTLE — As Washington’s prepaid tuition program opens to new investors Friday, parents may wonder if it’s a good way to save for college.
Oregon Learns aims to draw in stakeholders
To the editor: I was dismayed to read the article in Thursday’s Chronicle, “Faculty Votes No Confidence in Toda.” Contrary to the tone of Mr. Schell’s comments, Dr. Toda has responsibility for the entire college, not just a portion of the faculty. It’s his show and he has to decide how it will be administered. He works at the pleasure of the board and answers to the board.
Vote sends message ‘faculty is underrepresented’
Teachers from all over the Columbia Gorge gathered in the Dry Hollow Elementary gym on Friday, Oct. 11 to participate in “It All Adds Up,” a free training designed to generate new and improved strategies for teaching age-appropriate math skills to early learners.
Property tour reveals potential costs
Noise parade rolls through The Dalles
Space, money are key issues
CORVALLIS, (AP) — The State Police say more officers will be at Oregon State University as a result of an online threat "directed at the campus."
The Marriage Course will be offered to couples in the Mid-Columbia this fall.
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