Standardized tests like the PSSAs and now, the Keystone exams, are a major measure of student performance in Pennsylvania. But Philadelphia teachers union president Jerry Jordan told a Council hearing that they haven’t helped.
Penn State is planning to auction off some of its patents online.
Philadelphia real estate is in great demand; both large and small units are being leased quicker than replacement stock can be constructed.
Kim Dove, Senior Primary Therapist at Princeton House Behavioral Health in Men’s Trauma, questioned her career and educational choices early in her career.
In order to be a criminal defense attorney, you must have a passion for protecting the constitutional rights of your client, who may not always be likable characters.
The Richard Stockton College is buying the former Showboat casino and plans to use it as a satellite campus.
With many people living longer lives and baby boomers (born between 1946-1964) entering elder care age, in-home care is an essential and growing part of the health care industry.
The CEO of a cloud services provider in Philadelphia, says learning the key fundamentals early is crucial to a successful career in the IT field.
Dr. Aroutis Foster, Professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia, shares the challenges and rewards of a career as a college educator.
According to polls, a 60-year-trend could end with this race, as since 1954 the Pennsylvania governor office’s has alternated parties every 8 years.
Pax Tandon is an expert in Positive Psychology and discusses how she uses her education to help others be happy.
“Along the way, you might change your mind about your career, but if you can pull from the things in your life that drive you or your passions, you will be wildly successful.”
The economic and job outlook in Philadelphia continues to look positive through 2014 due to new business opportunities.
The study used five criteria to determine a school’s social mobility score: tuition, percentage of low-income students, graduation rate, median early career salary and the size of the school’s endowment.
Raytheon, a longtime supporter of education in science, technology, engineering and math, created Sum of All Thrills to show the real-life application of concepts such as angles, velocity and kinetic energy.