If you squint just right, Roberta Bellamy looks like she’s living in a public school paradise. On mornings when everything
California Democratic congressman Mark DeSaulnier wants to improve college access and completion for students with disabilities with a bill that
In 2009, three researchers – Wall, Wheaton and Zuver – reviewed all U.S. studies done on bullying and developmental disabilities.
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Philadelphia’s current restructuring plan is based on the “portfolio school district” model, where there is an array of public, charter,
Updated, 7:55 p.m. by Benjamin Herold for the Notebook and WHYY/NewsWorks The School District of Philadelphia and its largest charter school
The transition from high school to college is difficult for any student. But for special needs students, who often depend
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As a result of the big changes underway in the School District, teachers will soon be given more freedom to
This guest blog post is a statement of the Lower Merion School District, submitted by Director of School & Community
This guest blog post was written by Sonja Kerr and Dave Hanyok of the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia.
The start of this school year is markedly different from past years. Dramatic state cuts to education funding have Philadelphia