Lots of college students spend Spring Break partying, some other working, but a group from LaSalle will be learning about immigration by going to a Texas border town.
While students are still not permitted to bring their own dogs (with the exception of service animals), many are probably looking forward to seeing some furry and friendly — albeit slobbery — faces around campus.
According to officials, the money will go to help the University City District find students from West Philadelphia to participate in a certificate program to become a physician’s assistant.
Kids at the Camden Community Charter School were getting nutrition classes taught by Americorps member Erin McKenrick.
Camden Children’s Garden founder Mike Devlin says the nature education center on the Camden waterfront was looking down the barrel of a gun last year.
A Montgomery County teenager is attending a pretty special film festival, today — at the White House.
It was an experience for a group of Temple University students that can be described as “out of this world.” A Question and Answer session with three astronauts on the International Space Station, broadcast live on TV.
Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez proposes upping the school district’s share from 55 percent to 60 percent, which she says would shift about $53 million per year from the city to the schools without raising taxes.
The school district says it will gross $35 million and net $25 million from the sales.
A Philadelphia nonprofit says Pennsylvania charter schools would be better off if they were overseen by more than local school boards.
The report by the group Advocates for Children of New Jersey says child care providers know what quality is – they just can’t afford it.
The suspect went inside a computer room on the third floor, where he stole eight computers before fleeing to the schoolyard.
The $34.4 billion state budget New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie proposed Tuesday makes a required $2.25 billion payment to the public worker pension fund without raising taxes but leaves virtually nothing left over to fund major new programs or initiatives.
His name is Motuba. He’s 29 years old and weighs 432 pounds.
This high-energy event was a warmup to the all-important step of filling out those free applications for federal student aid known as “FAFSA” — a financial lifeline to college for these largely impoverished students.
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.