RICHLAND, Wash. – Area school districts will select 28 of their paraeducators to earn bachelor’s degrees in elementary education in two years at Washington State University Tri-Cities through an alternative route recently funded by a state grant.
RICHLAND – Educators and students will talk about how the GEAR UP program is making a difference in the lives of children throughout the region at a National GEAR UP Day reception at WSU Tri-Cities on Friday, Sept. 18. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. in the West Building Atrium, 2710 University Drive. The […]
A listening session provides feedback about Indian education. (Photo courtesy of Julie Titone) Building relationships between Indian tribes and school districts is one of five key steps needed to improve Native American student success, according to WSU researchers. Their report, “From Where the Sun Rises: Addressing the Educational Achievement Gap of Native American Students […]
PULLMAN — A program to prepare leaders for the task of running school districts has won statewide recognition for WSU. The Washington State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (WSASCD) will bestow its 2008 Program Award on WSU’s Superintendent Certification Program at the association’s Nov. 7 conference. “This outstanding education program has had […]