Superintendent William Hite welcomes students and parents to a new school year and discusses the Philadelphia School District’s five-year
The School District of Philadelphia announced Wednesday that it has filled 99 percent of its teaching positions, a notable accomplishment
For nearly three hours Thursday night, the School Reform Commission listened to harsh and bitter criticism of its move last
Flanked by four members of the School Reform Commission, Superintendent William Hite announced Friday morning that Philadelphia schools would open
Amarii Simpson, 9, was sitting up front, a copy of My First Dictionary on the table before him in a
bill green, budget cuts, funding equity, great schools compact, mark gleason, news, philadelphia federation of teachers, philadelphia school partnership, school reform commission, tom corbett, william hiteAugust 7 — 5:06 pm
Lisa Haver, a retired teacher and a founder of the Alliance for Philadelphia Public Schools (APPS), is a fixture at
Updated | 3:25 p.m. The School District announced 342 layoffs Thursday, most of them noontime aides and special-education classroom assistants.