Campus 'Free Speech Zones' Face New Round Of ScrutinyOn some college campuses, students and outsiders are allowed to protest and distribute flyers only in so-called "free speech zones." Supporters say it's a way to protect against disruptions to school operations, but opponents call it censorship.
Catholic School Evacuated After Being Struck By LightningCardinal John Foley Regional Catholic High School said in a statement the lightning strike left them with "no communication services."
Lincoln High School Students Get Inspiring Visit From Judge Midge RendellThe former First Lady when Ed Rendell was mayor and governor told the students they should look to do something that "feeds their passion."
Principal Forces Students To Run Outside In Cold Weather For Wearing Wrong Uniform, Report SaysThe alleged incident occurred on Dec. 23 at New Brunswick Middle School.
High School Students, Teachers Hospitalized Over Reported Chemical OdorFive students and two teachers were sent to the hospital as a precaution.
Cutting-Edge Technology At West Chester University Prepares Students For Real WorldThey have a new building that puts them on par with some of the best colleges in the country.
Student Sues School District After Claiming He Had To Change In Front Of Transgender Student In Locker RoomThe group said the school district didn’t give any notice to students or parents that they would allow students to use restrooms or locker rooms of the gender they identify with.
Seven-Figure Grant Aims To Help Train Students To Become Teachers In PhiladelphiaAn influential nonprofit is opening its checkbook to help to develop middle-school math and science teachers in Philadelphia.
High School Cast Receives National Award Following Play's N-Word ControversyThe show went on at Cherry Hill High School East, after a public dispute over the use of the N-word in the musical "Ragtime."
Pennsylvania School Janitor Is Up For Janitor Of The YearA Pennsylvania school janitor is in the running for janitor of the year.
Parents Question School's Slave Auction Poster AssignmentPosters for slave auctions created by fifth-graders have been removed from the wall of a New Jersey elementary school hallway after some parents questioned the assignment.
Pennsylvania House Speaker Wants More Philly Charter StudentsThe speaker of the state House is sponsoring legislation that would require the Philadelphia School District to expand the number of available charter school seats.