Nearly 600 Penn State Employees Take Voluntary Retirement PackageForty-six percent of employees eligible for the early retirement took it, more than the university anticipated.
Tuskegee Airmen Share Message Of Determination With Philly StudentsThe Airmen made a special visit to Lincoln High School in honor of Black History Month.
New Program Helps Provide Food For Students In NeedStarting Thursday, students at a North Philadelphia school will be getting a monthly backpack of food to take home, courtesy of Philabundance.
Trump Administration Does Away With Obama Policies On Transgender Bathrooms In SchoolsThe Trump administration on Wednesday night withdrew Obama-era guidance on transgender bathroom use in public schools.
Declining Enrollment Forces Closure Of Audubon Elementary In Montgomery CountyThe Methacton School District voted to close Audubon Elementary School, while keeping Arrowhead Elementary School opened.
Philadelphia Charter School Gets 9,190 Applications For 96 SpotsA Philadelphia charter school has received nearly 9,200 applications for just 96 open slots.
College Board To Boost SAT Security Globally The firm that owns the SAT college entrance exam is boosting security around the world following test-stealing and other cheating in recent years.
Computer Coding Academy Launches In Center CityA new company that has just launched in Center City is giving software engineers an intense learning experience where you can change your life in under three months.
Rock Legend Eddie Van Halen Helps Bring Music Back To SchoolsVan Halen wants to ensure other children have a similar chance to rock.
Philly Org. Helps Student Athletes Achieve Dreams Through Free Workouts, SAT PrepInner city student athletes often times lack the resources necessary to take the leap from high school to college. Jackson Duncan is trying to change that with Focused Athletics.
UNCF Launches Campaign To Raise Money For Students Who Attend Historically Black CollegesThe campaign is called "Build #BetterFutures."
NJ Elementary School To Replace Gym Floor Containing MercuryAdministrators say there is no imminent danger to the 900 children who attend the B. Bernice Young Elementary School.