Antoinette Barnes graduated as salutatorian from University City High School and received the Brook J. Lenfest Scholarship, an award given
Philadelphia’s system of accelerated high schools for students at risk of dropping out is boosting graduation rates, according to a
A growing number of critics are zeroing in on tenure, a due process protection for teachers, as a central obstacle
A bill that would fundamentally change how state aid for special education is distributed to school districts has one more
Duong Nghe Ly wonders whether he and other Asian students will continue to face violence at South Philadelphia High School.
In an attempt to address inequities, Philadelphia is moving to implement “weighted student funding,” a budgeting process that allocates funds
When Irene Bowie’s grandson attended New Media Technology Charter School, he did not come home with textbooks. That’s not something
The School District’s latest round of contracts with discipline school and alternative school providers was designed to be performance-based to
Every morning students stream out of buses that pull up at Thomas P. Shallcross Academy and quickly form neat lines.
The lunchroom at Franklin Smedley Elementary School was well equipped with cases of bottled water and trays were stacked high