This guest blog post comes from Harold Jordan, Notebook board chair and staff member at ACLU of Pennsylvania. Last week,
Members of Youth United for Change, a student-led organizing group, say they have seen some positive changes in their schools
Recent recommendations from District staff to close two charters have set up a difficult question for the School Reform Commission.
Newly appointed Safe Schools Advocate Kelley Hodge said that a report released in January by the District’s Blue Ribbon Commission
by Benjamin Herold for the Notebook and WHYY/NewsWorks A new committee of the School Reform Commission attempted Tuesday evening
As part of its renewed commitment to transparency, and no doubt partly in response to the Inquirer‘s focus on school
Myron Patterson wasn’t taking any chances. The dozen or so police officers from the 22nd District milled around in the