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Philly's state test scores are largely flat in second year of tougher PSSAs

The results, from 2015-16, do show some progress for high-schoolers.

by newsworks

Penn Alexander is named a National Blue Ribbon School

by newsworks

One year after substitute teacher crisis, Philly schools see improvement with new contractor

Kelly Services was named in May by the School Reform Commission.

by newsworks

Parents from across Pa. weigh in on education funding

Multimedia journalist Jessica Kourkounis talks to parents about the issue.

by Jessica Kourkounis newsworks

Gov. Wolf visits Philly to talk education funding, tout record

Superintendent Hite joined the governor at Baldi Middle School.

by newsworks

With new middle school, Science Leadership Academy looks to prove itself

Like SLA, the new school will focus on project-based learning where students pose and solve their own problems.

by newsworks

SRC stalls again on four contested charter schools

by Avi Wolfman-Arent and Darryl Murphy newsworks

State Supreme Court hears arguments that school funding is unfair

The plaintiffs urged the justices to intervene, saying the current system has led to large inequities. Attorneys for the state contend that school funding is "political" and that the judiciary has no role.

by Dale Mezzacappa and Kevin McCorry newsworks

Pennsylvania's education funding case: Here's what you need to know

A coalition of school districts, advocacy groups, and students is challenging the way the state pays for education.


'Act to Change' targets bullying of Asian American, Pacific Islander students

by Anne Hoffman newsworks
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