A couple years ago, Jean Rauscher was at a familiar crossroads. Her oldest child was about to start school, and
Pennsylvania released a list of 289 struggling schools Thursday that will have to develop “improvement plans” with the direction of
Pennsylvania’s Department of Education has launched a new online index that will aggregate statistics about public and charter schools for
More than 60 years after the Brown v. Board of Education ruling, an analysis of state data shows persistently stark
A school district near Allentown recently, and rather quietly, became Pennsylvania’s first to pass a policy permitting teachers to carry
Special education costs are rising much faster in Pennsylvania than state aid — causing local taxpayers to foot most of
If you’re grocery shopping in Philadelphia over the next year, you might run into a cherubic cartoon character named A.J.
If a pair of powerful Pennsylvania state senators get their way, a burgeoning approach to managing student behavior could become a mandate.