Christie Helps Charter Schools, Enraging NJ Teachers UnionChris Christie and the New Jersey Education Association have rarely seen eye to eye on anything.
Penn State Offers Freshman Lower Tuition To Start At Branch CampusMore students than expected accepted offers of admission to main campus for the fall.
European Leader Pays Philadelphia A VisitIt's a homecoming for the President of a European nation who's in Philadelphia to give a keynote address at his alma mater tonight.
Philadelphia Officials Discuss Importance Of Pre-K With Administrators From Other CitiesAt the heart of the city's soda tax debate is the mayor's plan to expand city-funded pre-K seats.
City Controller Criticizes Charter Operators In New ReportCity Controller Alan Butkovitz has released a report critical of the management of two charter school operators on the eve of a key vote.
Pa. Native Reflects On Her First Year Teaching In AlaskaLast July, Catherine King packed her bags and left “the lower 48” for a teaching job with the Shaktoolik School District.
Philly's Schools Chief To Testify Before City Council During Budget HearingsCity Council's budget hearings continue on Tuesday with schools superintendent William Hite on the hot seat. But that seat may not be as warm as previous years.
City And Phila. School District Team Up To Make Schools GreenerIt's a five-year effort to reduce the district's environmental footprint.
Walt Hunter Receives Honorary Degree From Local UniversityWalt also addressed the Immaculata University class of 2016.
Former Temple University President Peter Liacouras Passes AwayLiacouras served as university president from 1982-2000, and was dean of the Beasley School of Law from 1972-1982.
La Salle Students Embark On Travel Study Program To CubaA KYW Newsradio employee is among the dozen students going.
North Philly Barber Puts Down Clippers To Read, Sing To ChildrenA North Philadelphia Barber Shop is encouraging literacy and building community.

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