The FeedEditionsJobsDonateJune Event
Philly Education News + Views Independent. Reader-Supported.
Menu
Menu
Philly Education News + Views
Independent. Reader-Supported

Lenfest Institute for Journalism announces $2 million in grants to support local innovation

Notebook receives $50,000 toward mobile-friendly, interactive high school guide

More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

Students share their job experiences from the Work Ready program

by

Report on 'chronic teacher absenteeism' highlights union's role in Pa. and spurs further questions

by newsworks

Vaux Big Picture High School officially celebrates its opening

by

What David Osborne should learn about Philadelphia

by Susan DeJarnatt commentary

DeVos statement on sexual assault is a step backward

by Hope Brinn commentary

Six struggling Philly schools to be reshuffled, possibly with new teachers

by newsworks

The Notebook is hiring a managing editor

Former U.S. Dept. of Ed adviser to discuss policies impacting classrooms nationwide

Katrina Stevens will talk about what's working in tech and education.

by

Steps to applying online

To use the School Selection process, here’s what you should do and when.

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

From middle school to middle college

Parkway Center City is the state’s first high school that offers an associate’s degree. Students begin with a summer program.

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

SRC votes to move SLA to Ben Franklin High School

Starting in 2019-20, the magnet school will share space with one of the city's struggling neighborhood high schools.

by Dale Mezzacappa and Avi Wolfman-Arent

The Latest

  • Tweets
  • News

Pew report highlights disparities in high school selection process

by

New charter report has stark financial implications for Philadelphia

The School District has so far declined to comment.

by

New information system and grading policy mark the start of school year

by Greg Windle and Darryl C. Murphy

40 CTE options – and where to find them

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

Sylvia Simms named to head lobbying group Educational Opportunities for Families

by

District staffer exercises her acting skills in play about a runaway slave

'A House With No Walls' sheds light on the life of Martha Washington’s enslaved maid Oney Judge.

by

Choosing a high school: Frequently asked questions

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

Credit agency praises Philly schools, boosts rating

by newsworks

Well-regulated charters improve education for low-income students, author says

David Osborne spoke at an event sponsored by the Philadelphia Education Fund before an audience of movers and shakers, but few parents and teachers.

by Dale Mezzacappa and Avi Wolfman-Arent

Would CTE fit your needs? Take a look

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

Amid the challenge of expansion, CTE thrives

The program is growing, but not as quickly as District officials had hoped. Equipment costs, for one thing, can be high.

by
More from Fall Guide 2017: Choosing a High School

As school starts, Hite looking forward to a year of stability

Although the District has a small fund balance now, shortfalls loom without additional money.

by

#FirstdayPhilly celebrates a new school year for city students

Special events this year included red carpets and super heroes, along with the customary ringing of the bells at Pennell Elementary.

Notes from the news - September 22

The latest headlines in Philly education

Our news is free to read, but not to report.

Support local journalism!

Loading recent comments...