At the bottom rung of America’s education system, you will find someone like Sandie Knuth. Knuth teaches English for adult
Superintendent William Hite visited Allen M. Stearne Elementary School in Frankford to tour the newly renovated pre-kindergarten to 2nd-grade classrooms.
For about an hour Wednesday morning, Ricki Straff and about 20 of her fellow teachers went to Hawaii. Well, not
The Philadelphia Writing Project will hold its fourth annual Walk for Literacy on Sunday, Oct. 30, at Penn Park. The proceeds will
Regina Bartels had tried everything. She could not get her 5th-grade son, Sam, to read. Seeing how he loved the
At George W. Nebinger Elementary School, Tuesday was one for the books. Nebinger is one of 53 schools in the School
Jess Pastore, a literacy coach with the Education Works summer program at Blankenburg Elementary School in West Philadelphia, said her
As music from Rocky blasted, students danced on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art last week, preparing to try to
Childhood literacy has been gaining attention in Philadelphia, with organizations across the city working together to help boost literacy rates.
School has only been out for a week, but teachers are already back in the classrooms. This time, however, the