People who have just started following the lawsuit filed in 2014 that seeks to overturn Pennsylvania’s school funding system will
Superintendent William Hite visited students at Thomas Mifflin Elementary School in East Falls on Wednesday to celebrate the District’s seventh
Educational Opportunities for Families is calling for a “more cohesive system” for Philadelphia’s school application process. The education advocacy nonprofit,
Local LGBTQ advocates have been preparing for Transgender Awareness Week, which is today through Nov. 19. Advocates around the country will
The School District of Philadelphia released results last week from the 2018 PSSA and Keystone exams. Although there were improvements
The Board of Education approved the relocation of one school and new construction of another at its meeting Thursday night.
Black men make up about 4 percent of Philadelphia’s public school teachers. The Fellowship: Black Male Educators for Social Justice is
Less than a month before Election Day in what has been a humdrum campaign for governor of Pennsylvania, area 4th-
Today, the Mighty Writers kick off their first MightyFest, a four-day reading and writing festival. “The reason we’re having the
A new report by the Advancement Project and the Alliance for Educational Justice says that police should not be stationed in schools.