Brotherly Love: Brass Band And Food Baskets In North PhiladelphiaFor more than 20 years, a North Philadelphia high school has made it a mission to give its neighbors a good Thanksgiving.
Group Of Parents Accuse School District Of Discrimination Against Black StudentsThe group, Concerned African American Parents, made the allegations against the Upper Dublin School District.
Local University Marching Band To Perform In Macy's ParadeA local university's marching band is set to perform this Thursday in New York at one of the season's most beloved parades.
Pa. Senate Rejects Measure To Eliminate School Property TaxesThe Pennsylvania Senate narrowly rejected a measure Monday night to eliminate billions of dollars in school property taxes statewide by replacing the money with increases in state tax rates on sales and income, although the legislation could re-emerge with more support.
City And Education Officials Announce New Model For Improving Phila. Public SchoolsIt's called the "Community Schools" model.
Harvard Student From Philadelphia, Penn Student Named Rhodes ScholarsA college student from Philadelphia and another from Pittsburgh who attend school in the City of Brotherly Love are among those selected/
Penn State Adding Dorms To Two Philadelphia-Area CampusesPenn State University has announced plans to add dormitories to the Abington and Brandywine satellite campuses.
Rutgers Prez Insists Future Of Camden Campus Is SecureThere are probably a lot of people at Rutgers-Camden breathing a sigh of relief after a visit from the University's President.
Mayor-elect Kenney Plans To Help Schools On First Day Of His AdministrationMayor-elect Jim Kenney is planning to help schools on day one of his administration.
Local High School Hosts Instant College Acceptance DayIt was a college event with a twist at a private high school in Logan Friday.
Princeton Agrees To Examine Woodrow Wilson's Legacy On RaceThat resolution comes after university President Christopher Eisgruber and two other school officials signed the agreement late Thursday with the Black Justice League to end a 32-hour sit-in.
Syrian-American College Students Worry About Refugee Family MembersAs the debate over allowing Syrian refugees into the United States continues, two Syrian-American college students say they worry family members won’t make it to Pennsylvania.
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