Councilmember Helen Gym said that when City Council reconvenes this fall, reforming Philadelphia’s 10-year property tax abatement will be her
Philadelphia’s newly formed school board took what was, by board members’ own estimations, its first tough vote Thursday night, deciding
Philadelphia City Council members heard arguments from parents, activists, the Mayor’s Office, and the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers on school-related issues this
Updated at 9:45 p.m. Nov. 16, 2017 The School Reform Commission will soon be no more. The city’s political leaders,
UPDATED Oct. 25 10 a.m. with a new statement from Jeff Hornstein The Kenney administration is actively seeking suggestions from various education
The School Reform Commission gave Superintendent William Hite his report card today, and it looks like he gets an “A,"
When starting a job, it’s always nice to hear some words of encouragement, especially when those words come from the