Mayor Kenney Urges Young People To Vote At Community College Of Philadelphia EventAnd he wants everyone to drag their friends and loved ones to the polls as well.
Teachers Learning About Law, Government In PhiladelphiaEducators from across the country are in town to take part in the National Teachers Law School.
La Salle University Reduces Tuition By 29 PercentThe university said it will reset its tuition from $40,400 to $28,800.
Philadelphia Art Teacher Singled Out For Statewide HonorLeslie Grace has taken her passion for art beyond the walls of her classroom.
Villanova Recognizes Pulitzer-Prize Winner’s Book On Extinction"The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History" is VU's selection for its "One Book Villanova" program.
Changes Ahead For Panel Running Philadelphia SchoolsThe state panel running Philadelphia's schools could have a much different look in a few months.
PA State Schools Union Sets Strike Date Amid Contract TalksFaculty members will go on strike on October 19th if no new contract is met before then.
SJ Community College Now Sees 4-Year Schools As CompetitorsRowan College at Burlington County informed several they may no longer come on campus to lobby.
Panel Discusses Building Trust With Phila. Law, Government, SchoolsThe symposium was called Restoring Trust Through Grassroots Peacemaking.
Rutgers-Camden Student Group Encourages Professors To Provide Free TextbooksA student organization on the Rutgers-Camden campus is encouraging professors to buy-in to the concept of free books for their students.
City Celebrates 'SLAMS', A New Cutting-Edge Model Of EducationA new Philadelphia public school is open this fall, one that extends a cutting-edge model of education to a neighborhood middle school.
Local Students Launch Their Business Careers At The BallparkLocal college students are getting off-campus and learning about the business of sports at the ballpark.