Philly Elementary School Gets Piano Lab Thanks To Grant From Famous MusicianThe kids at Fox Chase Elementary School don't sound like Lang Lang yet. But they may someday, thanks to a $180,000 grant from the Lang Lang Foundation.
Only About Half Of New City Funded Pre-K Slots Are FilledAbout 1,200 of the 2,000 available seats are filled so far, says the mayor's Education Secretary Otis Hackney.
Earlier Start To School Year In Philly? Survey Yields Mixed ResponseThe School District of Philadelphia has wrapped up a survey on its proposal for an earlier start to the academic year.
Police: No Credible Threat To PA School District, Classes On TomorrowAfter an investigation, police say they have found no credible threat to the Upper Perkiomen School District.
Philly U Student, Athlete, Award-Winning EntrepreneurThe basketball player also created Sunniva Super Coffee -- already at a store near you.
Philadelphia Principals Union Has New Leadership TeamThey've turned away their president for the last six years, Rob McGrogan.
UPenn Provost Named Duke University's 10th PresidentDuke University has named University of Pennsylvania provost, Vincent Price as their tenth president.
Philadelphia's Principals Union Elects New PresidentMembers of Teamsters Local 502 of the Commonwealth Association of Administrators have elected Longstreth Elementary principal Robin Cooper as their new president.
City Council Looks At Why It's So Hard To Hire, Keep Teachers In PhiladelphiaIt's been four years since Philadelphia teachers had a raise. Philadelphia Federation of Teachers president Jerry Jordan says that's making it hard to attract talent.
N.C. Teacher Accused of Grabbing Boy By Neck, Calling Him 'Bad Muslim Boy'Charlotte's public school system is investigating allegations that a kindergarten teacher singled out a 5-year-old student for harassment because he's Muslim.
Officials: Another Swastika Found On Swarthmore College CampusSwarthmore College officials say they are investigating another swastika found on their campus—this time inside a gender-neutral bathroom.
82 Percent Of Middle School Students Unable To Differentiate Between Real, Fake News, Study FindsA new study reveals middle school students are unable to tell the difference between real and fake news.

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