Following its successful “Donuts with Dad” program, a K-8 school in Southwest Philadelphia today held a “Muffins with Mom” event.
Temple University says its preparedness efforts began over the summer, before the start of the semester, when students coming from the Ebola-affected countries were contacted.
The 25th anniversary edition of the “Step Up to College Guide” was released today, with a pep rally for students at Northeast High School.
Students at a South Jersey school raised awareness for breast cancer in a unique way on Tuesday.
“Children sometimes recall facts, sometimes not; but they will always recall an experience,” noted Philadelphia schools superintendent Williams Hite.
The judge granted a preliminary injunction sought by the PFT. Two weeks ago, the SRC announced it was going to begin requiring Philadelphia public school teachers to pay a contribution to their health insurance.
A Gettysburg museum featuring a model Confederate encampment and many Civil War artifacts is closing after more than half a century.
The 46th annual KYW Newsradio Newstudies program for High School students in the Delaware Valley began this weekend.
The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Camden wants a group of experts to map out the future.
The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Camden wants a group of experts to map out the future of church based education in South Jersey.
Two La Salle University freshmen have developed a way for you to charge your cell phone just by wearing a jacket.
Earl Johnson (at left in photo) is one of four Penn Wood students who helped developed the winning app, called “Fear No Bully.”
Union president Jerry Jordan, in a statement, said the cancellation lacked legal merit and he called the act “cowardly and disrespectful.”
A new class at the Community College of Philadelphia is geared toward aspiring food truck entrepreneurs.
A charter school in Northern Liberties held a lottery Thursday evening to determine which 250 children would be forced to leave the school and enroll elsewhere, due to a loss of about $300,000 per month in state money.
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.