22 Philly Public Schools To Receive New Full-Time Social WorkersThe School Reform Commission on Thursday is expected to approve putting social workers directly in those schools.
Young Philly Students Learn To Build Cars At CCP Summer CampA summer camp giving city kids a crash course in automotive engineering as they learn to be the tech leaders of tomorrow.
Hearing To Resume In Deadly Fall At Penn State FraternityMembers of a shuttered Penn State fraternity accused of crimes related to the death of a pledge earlier this year are due in a Pennsylvania courtroom for what will be the fourth day of a hearing to determine if there's enough evidence to send the case to county court for trial.
State Supreme Court Ruling On Charter Schools Is Big Win For Philly School DistrictThe state supreme court has given the Philadelphia School District a major victory, ruling that the district is allowed to enforce caps on charter school enrollment.
Advocates Call On School Reform Commission To Dissolve ItselfA group of Philadelphia public school advocates is urging the School Reform Commission to vote to abolish itself at its next meeting.
Harvard Faces Discrimination Probe While Accepting Mostly Nonwhite ClassHarvard College's admitted freshmen last year became the first class in the school's multi-century history comprised of mostly nonwhite students.
Pennsylvania Unveils Plan To Track Student PerformanceThe state Department of Education released a draft of the proposal Wednesday that conforms to the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.
96-Year-Old New Jersey Woman Earns High School DiplomaA New Jersey woman is living proof that's it's never too late to achieve something great.
Philadelphia Students Achieve Success With STEM Summer CampElementary students in Philadelphia spent most of their summer at a one-of-a-kind camp, aimed at teaching them important life skills.
School District In Texas Approves Paddling To Punish StudentsThe board of trustees for a Texas school district has reinstated corporal punishment.
Local University Offers Bachelor's Degree In Social MediaThe program will involve coursework in business, communication studies and English.
Lawsuit Claims School Violated Rights Of Students Trying To Form Pro-Life ClubA lawsuit has been filed against a Pennsylvania school claiming that school administrators violated the rights of students attempting to form a Pro-Life club.

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