Department of Education
Chris Stigall talked with Erica Clemens from Americans For Prosperity about the tax burden faced by residents in New Jersey.
College-readiness, career counseling, student aid and financial literacy will be the focus of the pilot programs funded by the Department of Education.
As snow days pile up, the spokesman for a top Pennsylvania lawmaker says there may not be enough time to pass legislation to waive the 180 day school requirement for this year.
How do you know if a particular college is legitimate?
Bernie Williams, four-time World Series Champion, has become an ambassador for music education. Now a jazz guitarist, Williams, who learned to play at a performing arts magnet school, is on Capitol Hill lobbying for support and funding.
CBS New York is reporting that numerous school officials and teachers have been suspended from a northern New Jersey school district after state investigators said they helped or encouraged students to cheat on standardized.
Zakiya Smith, 27, is now a senior White House advisor on higher education
No ruling from a Philadelphia federal judge on a lawsuit filed by the Chester Upland School District that seeks to force Pennsylvania education officials to advance them subsidy payments so they can make payroll next week.
Multiple choice or short answer tests are narrow and can’t measure how well students can formulate their own ideas, approach a problem, write effectively, collaborate and think critically.
A bill that would re-establish the office of Safe Schools Advocate within the Philadelphia School District has sailed through the state House and now heads to the State Senate.
Pennsylvania homeowners, on average, can expect about the same amount of property relief from gaming as they have over the past few years.