Education Groups Wants New Standards For Choosing Philly's New School BoardThere's a call from education groups for Philadelphia officials to use new standards as they select members for a new school board.
Camden Public School Offices On The MoveCamden based developer Millennial Partners is buying the building for 5.2 million dollars with plans to turn it into commercial office space.
School Reform Commission To Shut Down Troubled Philadelphia Charter, Begins Process To Close 2 OthersThe Khepera Charter School in North Philadelphia has been on precarious academic grounds, and ended last school year early because of financial trouble.
Holly Glen Elementary To Remain Closed After Mold Found In OctoberHolly Glen Elementary School will remain closed for the remainder of the year, after mold was found in October.
Rutgers University Announces Raise In Minimum Wage For Student WorkersRutgers University has announced that it will raise the minimum wage for student workers to $11 an hour next year, but some protesters say the pay boost isn't enough.
Woman Accused Of Defrauding Philadelphia School District Of Tens Of Thousands Of DollarsAccording to the indictment, Patricia Cleary allegedly presented herself as a tutor for a relative with special needs with the Philadelphia School District.
Montgomery County Teacher Nominated For 'Grammy Music Educator Award'One of the finalists for the 2018 "Grammy Music Educator Award" works in Montgomery County!
42% Of Parents Would Send Their Kids Abroad for College. But It Ain't Cheap!A new survey published by the bank shows that 42% of parents would consider sending their kids abroad for college, up from 35% in 2016.
Principal Resigns, 'Inappropriate Action' CitedIn a letter to parentsthe superintendent said Wallington Elementary School Principal Joshua Peterkin's action "in no way endangered or involved children.
Whitehall Elementary To Reopen In January After Discovery Of MoldThe Monroe Township School District, on its website, has informed parents of children assigned to Whitehall Elementary that classes will resume on January 2nd.
Book About A Tomato Is Teaching Children ToleranceSome Cobbs Creek fourth-graders are now published authors, thanks to their winning entry on the subject of tolerance.
Court Denies Bill Green's Bid Challenging His Removal As SRC ChairCommonwealth Court has turned away Bill Green's attempt to win back the chairmanship of the soon-to-be-defunct School Reform Commission.