U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos called out the nation’s universities on Monday in a talk about campus free speech
If you’re grocery shopping in Philadelphia over the next year, you might run into a cherubic cartoon character named A.J.
For the fourth time in the first seven days of the school year, Philadelphia public schools will close early Wednesday
If a pair of powerful Pennsylvania state senators get their way, a burgeoning approach to managing student behavior could become a mandate.
After a heat-shortened week, School District of Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite said the District will reconsider its decision to start
Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner has a plan to pump an additional $1 billion into public schools without raising taxes. He
Monday, Aug. 27. You’re going to hear that date a lot from Philadelphia officials over the next week and a
In its inaugural meeting, Philadelphia’s new Board of Education expressed fresh optimism and turned to a familiar face for leadership.
When Gov. Wolf announced last week that he’d support sending all of the state’s education money through its new funding formula,
Gov. Wolf called for a major change to the way Pennsylvania funds schools on Friday, advocating for the state to