Low-income children and students of color across the state were hard hit by the budget approved in Harrisburg on June
Cecelia Thompson wants neighborhood residents to have a meaningful say in what happens to closed school buildings in their communities.
School Reform Commission Chairman Robert Archie has had difficulty staying firmly on the sidelines during recent decisions to award controversial
As the second round of community meetings around the Facilities Master Plan got underway, District officials shared region-wide data on
The impact of the legal settlement mandating that the School District take steps to counter anti-Asian violence at South Philadelphia
Wilfredo Cruz is seated in the back of his 8th grade English class, scanning the room. When he spots another
About a quarter of students initially referred for expulsion by their schools since August 2009 were not ultimately expelled by
Calling the dropout rate of African American and Latino males in Philadelphia “an alarming crisis,” a School Reform Commission task