State Reports Finds New Jersey Teens Should Start School LaterBoth the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Pediatrics support later start times.
Coalition Says Out-Of-School Suspensions Do More Harm Than GoodThe groups say out-of-school suspensions increase the risk for truancy and dropping out.
Hollywood Producer Gives $30M To Penn State Communications A Hollywood producer and screenwriter known for creating such television hits as "Magnum, P.I.," ''Quantum Leap" and "NCIS" donated $30 million to Penn State University on Friday.
Celebrating Success Of Philly Students Forced To Overcome ObstaclesCurrent and former students were celebrated Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
West Chester University To Inaugurate New PresidentAt West Chester University, there soon will be a new president and continued attention on what's unfolding at schools around the state.
Student Graduates High School And College At Same TimeKlum works about 12 hours a day completing his high school and college work.
Appellate Court Says Principal Fired In School Cheating Scandal Should Get Job BackA Commonwealth Court panel has ruled that Michelle Burns should be rehired.
Teacher Who Called Student A 'Loser' Gets License Suspended A longtime New Jersey high school teacher who called a student a "loser" in a Facebook post has had her teaching license suspended for two years.
Some Philadelphia Schools Are Understaffed, Audit ShowsIn an audit of the School District of Philadelphia, City Controller Alan Butkovitz says 17 of 23 schools examined last year didn't have enough staff for the number of students enrolled.
Jim Donovan Joins 'Sister Act' Cast At Cherry Hill High School WestOur Jim Donovan is playing himself, a reporter, in the performance of "Sister Act" at the Cherry Hill High School West Friday tonight.
Ohio Quadruplet Brothers Accepted At Ivy League UniversitiesQuadruplet brothers in Ohio have all been accepted at some of the nation's top universities, including each of them to both Yale and Harvard.
Multi-Million Dollar Renovation Project Begins At Dobbins High SchoolOne of Philadelphia's historic school buildings is getting a multi-million dollar facelift.