Those involved with the Philadelphia schools are slowly coming to grips with the monstrous scale of the latest budget crisis.
YouthBuild Philadelphia, Harambee Institute, Mastery-Shoemaker, and West Philadelphia Achievement Charter Schools are celebrating five-year charter renewals received in February. But
The Campaign for Nonviolent Schools, a coalition of Philadelphia youth organizations, is mobilizing supporters to endorse their new platform, which
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Senate Bill 1, better known as "the voucher bill," passed the Senate Education Committee March 1 in an 8-2 vote.
To the editors: The December 2010 edition ("Teachers and reform") provides insight into the extremely difficult position Philadelphia teachers confront.
To overcome language barriers in the classroom and close the gap between parents and their children’s schools, SEAMAAC and JUNTOS
Philadelphia’s system of accelerated high schools for students at risk of dropping out is boosting graduation rates, according to a
While activists continue to protest the education budget proposed by Gov. Tom Corbett, a sense of doom is spreading across
The long-awaited facilities master plan, the District’s effort to downsize its physical plant to better match its shrinking enrollment, will