It’s time for balloons, bouquets and the annual blizzard of mortar boards tossed high in celebration. Pomp and Circumstance, definitely,
Ten elementary schools have received grants from the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia with the goal of strengthening
Marciene Mattleman had a philosophy: If you care enough about something to complain about it, then you should care enough
Jack Silva didn’t know anything about how children learn to read. What he did know was that a lot of
Philip H. Sheridan Elementary School in Kensington held its first ever “literacy parade” on Wednesday. Students in every class, from
If you’re grocery shopping in Philadelphia over the next year, you might run into a cherubic cartoon character named A.J.
Shalia Alejandro moved to Philadelphia from Puerto Rico when she was 6, just about the age that kids are starting
Superintendent William Hite visited Allen M. Stearne Elementary School in Frankford to tour the newly renovated pre-kindergarten to 2nd-grade classrooms.