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The District continues to make disciplinary transfers of large numbers of students into alternative schools, and the number of slots
Summer school classes begin June 21, but with a new twist. Summer school will be mandatory this year for a
After more than a year of organizing, members of the Eastern Pennsylvania Organizing Project (EPOP) have negotiated a change in
School funding in Pennsylvania is not an urban problem, a rural problem, or any single school district’s problem. It’s the
In 1994, Germaine Ingram, then president of the Fellowship Commission and a trial attorney, testified before Philadelphia’s school board on
A local campaign for small schools continues, with student organizing groups Youth United for Change (YUC) and Philadelphia Student Union