With leading student test scores, the country has been the envy of world education experts. Now, there’s a national initiative to get better yet.
Chris discusses Philadelphia pitch to host the next Democratic National Convention, the protests against police in Ferguson, MO, and he hosts the first edition of Stigall on the Mall. He also talks to Comedian Kevin Nealon at 7:00.
What’s more, the park is a temporary fixture and has only been open a little over a month.
Today, the nation’s most segregated schools aren’t in the deep south. They’re in New York.
“You’re an elitist snob, and the sooner you realize you’re an elitist snob with no core convictions, the better off we’re all going to be. Just own it. I know who I am,” he said.
Calling Center City the “center of all the action,” Philly also got props for its drinking history.
Of the top Fortune 500 companies, few have women as CEOs and 135 have no female executive officers at all.
The way most people consume news is changing and a new video news network is at the forefront of this new trend.
Schools that undertake supportive, compassionate, and solution-oriented discipline methods have seen a 20 to 40 percent drop in suspensions in their first year.
A major fundraising challenge is being undertaken by Career Wardrobe in Philadelphia and if the agency wins the challenge, it could receive a grant of $150,000.
Chris checks in on the media coverage following the FBI raid on Congressman Chaka Fattah’s son and the case against the Black Madam. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Seth Everett to preview Spring Training, and Adam Ferrara, who will be appearing at Helium Comedy Club this weekend.