Alfredo Praticò and Julia Franks are the two students who will serve as advisory members of the Philadelphia Board of
The School District of Philadelphia continues to struggle with chronic absence, according to a new report from Attendance Works and
If you’re grocery shopping in Philadelphia over the next year, you might run into a cherubic cartoon character named A.J.
When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was growing up in a Bronx housing project, her mother called her an
An average of 27 percent of Philadelphia District teachers leave their schools at the end of the year, either transferring
Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner has a plan to pump an additional $1 billion into public schools without raising taxes. He
As Philadelphia students get ready to return to school next week, some teachers got a little homework in the form