The school board voted to trim more than 200 jobs, including 96 teachers.
Dr. Keith Laskin, medical director for Main Line Health’s Celiac Center at Paoli Hospital, was among the main presenters during the event.
Cuts to Philadelphia’s school nursing staff has had a negative effect on students, according to a new survey.
Students gathered at about 4:30 p.m. after the school day ended at 440 N. Broad Street in Spring Garden.
One by one, kids dipped a thumb into green paint and then put their mark on a white planter box which will be given to first lady Michelle Obama for the White House garden.
Amid a black cloud of huge budget cuts, there will no doubt be some positive news for Philadelphia schoolteachers tonight.
A Republican state senator is proposing legislation to study whether all Delaware public schools should wait until after Labor Day to start classes.
A transgender student in central Pennsylvania will be allowed to wear a boy’s colors to next month’s graduation ceremony but will be identified by his female name, a resolution the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday doesn’t go far enough.
Messiah students and staff have to sign a “community covenant” promising to avoid homosexual behavior, as well as premarital sex.
The study shows that starting salaries increased in fields of study across the board, with some up nearly 10%.
A famous alumnus of Philadelphia’s High School for the Creative and Performing Arts is reaching into his own pocket to make sure that next year’s musical at his alma mater won’t be scrapped, as this year’s was.
The sister and the best friend of a slain New York State woman have teamed up to offer free SAT test prep services for kids who need it.
Marshalling creativity may be more art than science, especially where a Seattle drawing instructor is concerned.
According to a Temple professor, Philadelphia’s campaign to market Center City public schools only increased the divide between the educational “haves” and “have nots.”
Chefs across Philadelphia are getting ready to throw down in a competition to see who makes the best burger and it’s all for a good cause.
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.