Articles about the growing charter school sector in Philadelphia and the political debates about charters.
Unions are appalled, and school choice advocates heartened. DeVos' organizations have run afoul of campaign finance laws. City Councilwoman Helen Gym calls her "uniquely unsuited" for the job.
Philly's biggest charter network is on a quest to fix what's wrong after its schools' test scores slip.
After a summer of fierce debate with pro-charter advocates, the NAACP ratifies a resolution on a moratorium.
Details revealed on PFT contract offers and counter-offers. Departing chair Marjorie Neff says that the PFT’s proposals 'continue to operate in a financial reality that does not exist.'
NAACP and Movement for Black Lives point to concerns over transparency and management
The state auditor general says that $30.5 million in contested payments remain unresolved. That includes more than $14 million related to Philadelphia.