Parents will decide whether two elementary schools — Munoz Marin and Edward Steel — should become Renaissance Charters or remain district-run.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is sponsoring a unique forum that brings health care providers together with experts in the LGBT community.
There was a significant no-show at Tuesday’s event: the cherry blossoms.
Researchers suspect that the stability of five years of pre-K may have shielded the children against stress and health risks of growing up poor.
College students from across Pennsylvania are heading to Harrisburg today, to lobby lawmakers on debt relief for middle-income college students.
A La Salle University American Studies senior has won an award for a paper on a musical trend. In short, you can’t keep country music down on the farm.
Two dozen students and faculty gathered for what they call “The Green Ribbon Movement.”
The scenario was an “active shooter” in a hospital.
And that’s just the price for an in-state, public university. A private one will cost nearly $600,000.
A nearly $25,000 state grant will allow the Colonial School District to install a security control system in the district’s remaining six schools that don’t have it.
The list of honorees includes Joan Myers Brown of Philadanco and former CBS-3 reporter and host Trudy Haynes.
KYW’s Pat Loeb reports the School Reform Commission adopted a lump sum budget statement for next year with a $320 million dollar hole in it.
Standing outside school district headquarters, State Senator Vincent Hughes announced plans to introduce a bill that would place a five percent tax on natural gas extracted from Pennsylvania to be used, in part, for public schools.
“Schools are not okay the way they are,” says Cindy Farlino, principal of the Meredith School, in Queen Village. “They opened, and our kids came, but they are not okay.”
Helen Gym is well known among local government and educational leaders for keeping them on their toes. The Philadelphia community activist will be honored at the White House next week for her service to the city.
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.