Grants Pass, Ore., — “We absolutely would love to have new h-vac units in every one of our schools.” Five schools in the Grants Pass School District don’t have air conditioning. With temperatures rising in to the high 90’s, the ...

Grants Pass, Ore., — Thousands of items were auctioned off today benefiting two Josephine County schools. The bikes, jewelry, electronics and tools all came from the county sheriff’s office. The items were seized by deputies, and were never picked up ...

Medford, Ore. — Oregon has one of the leading sex education policies in the country, but teen pregnancy rates are above the national average and even higher in southern Oregon. In part 2 of a special report on teen pregnancy in ...

Phoenix, Ore.- An Oregon School Boards Association member from the Phoenix-Talent School District will join a handful of other Oregon representatives in Washington, D.C. to discuss educational priorities with members of Oregon’s congressional delegation. In meetings scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. ...

Salem, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Education released report cards for the state’s schools and school districts. ODE said the report cards were created to better inform educators on student performance and outcomes, as well as demographics and education ...

Medford, Ore. — More local school districts are addressing the creepy clown epidemic springing up across the country. The Eagle Point and Grants Pass School Districts are banning clown costumes from district locations. NBC5 News told you Thursday the Medford ...

Salem, Ore. – Local schools will be getting a cut of a $50 million bond sale that will finance seismic safety upgrades at Oregon schools and community colleges. According to the Oregon State Treasury, the new bonds were issued last ...

Ore. — After years of controversy, some Oregon schools may be able to keep their Native American mascots. On Thursday the State Board of Education approved to allow schools to keep the mascots with tribal permission. That affects several schools ...

Tex. — In a time when the youngest students are faced with high academic demands, there’s a controversial change at some schools in Texas. For being just six years old, these first graders are incredibly attentive. No one’s staring at ...

(NBC News) The Obama administration is calling for less standardized testing in our nation’s schools, a move that has strong support from educators. Educators gathered Monday at the White House, meeting with Secretary of Education Arnie Duncan to discuss the ...

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