A back to school supply drive is being held today from at the Granite Run Mall in Media, Delaware County from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. and all of the classroom items are all going to a good cause.
Julian Castro greeted children at the Montgomery Early Learning Center to get a firsthand look at West Philadelphia’s federally designated “promise zone.”
Principal Awilda Ortiz organized most of the 250 teachers in a community walk to let neighbors know they are fully committed to educating the 1,400 students at the facility.
“The purpose of the march is to project a feeling of protection and respect inside the community and the school system,” says House of Umoja co-founder David Fattah.
If you have a daughter, you’ll want to read the new report from the Girl Scout Research Institute.
As fallout over the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal continues, Penn State’s new president and other university officials are asking the school’s huge community to at least be polite if they can’t agree with each other.
Corporations and community groups are fast becoming an indispensable asset to the schools by helping to fill the budget gaps.
A decision to cancel after-school buses for both middle schools and the high school in the Bristol Township School District is angering some parents in the community.
It’s the first day of the school year and already, dozens of parents are furious with Lindenwold Public Schools because they say their kids are expected to walk a potentially dangerous route to school.
Princeton University is considering creating a team of trained investigators to look into campus sexual misconduct accusations.
Teachers in Philadelphia’s cash-strapped public schools are already back at work, getting ready.
The family of a girl who died of an asthma attack after attending a public school without a nurse has sued the Philadelphia School District.
“It’s fun,” said 13-year-old Zack as he used the iPad app to move through the Barnes galleries and jump, via his custom avatar, into a virtual copy of Giorgio de Chirico’s The Arrival.
The School District of Philadelphia has announced none of its schools were designated “Persistently Dangerous” for this school year.
Temple’s patrols have now been expanded from 16th Street to 18th Street on the west, to Ninth Street on the east, to Susquehanna Avenue on the north, and to Jefferson Street on the south.
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.