Police say Robert Gimello, of Langhorne, reportedly displayed multiple photos of male genitalia to three minor victims, ages 13 and 14, in November of 2013.
Philadelphia’s Controller, Alan Butkovitz, says a culture of secrecy pervades the School District, making it difficult for anyone to get to the root of the district’s massive deficits.
Holy Family University and Conwell-Egan High School have announced a new program to allow dual enrollment for high school students.
Students at the Community College of Philadelphia face a possible tuition increase next fall unless the city and the state chip in more.
At Rutgers University, the humanities study — already recognized as a strong point for the university — is getting a major boost with donations totaling $3 million to endow a faculty chair in the subject.
At Rutgers University, the humanities study is getting a major boost with donations totaling $3 million to endow a faculty chair in the subject.
Philadelphia’s new “portfolio model” of school governance came in for some harsh criticism at the American Educational Research Association’s annual conference being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Hundreds plan to run around Philadelphia school headquarters Saturday to protest the state of education in the city.
The two-day conference will be a discussion on war, and the responsibilities that go along with it.
The school district last week asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to affirm its right to sidestep seniority rules.
School district superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says declining enrollment, overspending, and cuts in federal funding mean the district is facing a $75-million shortfall.
Rhonda Feder’s daughter is in 10th grade at Cheltenham High School. Class starts at 7:30. She can’t help but wonder whether her school work is affected because she and other teens may be sleep deprived.
To recognize World Autism Awareness Day, a specialized school in Northeast Philadelphia today celebrated the life of one of its students who tragically lost his life at the hand of his father in a murder-suicide.
Parents will decide whether two elementary schools — Munoz Marin and Edward Steel — should become Renaissance Charters or remain district-run.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is sponsoring a unique forum that brings health care providers together with experts in the LGBT community.
The Black History Showcase aims to promote awareness, knowledge and understanding of Black history, while enhancing pride and dignity among those who indentify with the culture.