Can Philadelphia establish a robust, accountable "portfolio management" system for schools at the same time it faces huge budget shortfalls?
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By Dale Mezzacappa and Benjamin Herold The School District released a 119-page document on Thursday that summarized the analyses and
By Benjamin Herold for the Notebook/NewsWorks The William Penn Foundation has paid more than $160,000 for work being done by
In June, the U.S. Conference of Mayors – during the meeting at which Mayor Nutter became its president — enthusiastically
by Benjamin Herold for the Notebook and WHYY/Newsworks The Boston Consulting Group has identified up to 60 Philadelphia school buildings as potential
The William Penn Foundation is trying to raise more money so the Boston Consulting Group can continue working with the
Backed by 10 of her colleagues, City Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sánchez introduced a resolution Thursday saying that Council should hold up