A new report reveals the majority of America’s public school students now come from low-income families.
Technology is changing the lives of the 28% of Philadelphia’s citizens living in poverty.
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.
Governor Corbett announced, yesterday, that nine insurers have signed on to provide health coverage for low income Pennsylvanians.
There was a soul-stirring celebration today in North Philadelphia as Project HOME cut the ribbon on the $16 million affordable housing project built in partnership with a non-profit founded by rocker Jon Bon Jovi.
Researchers suspect that the stability of five years of pre-K may have shielded the children against stress and health risks of growing up poor.
Time Is Running Out To Apply For Program That Allows Homeowners To Defer Portion Of Real Estate Taxes
Low-income Philadelphia homeowners have less than a month left to apply for a program that lets them defer a portion of their real estate taxes.
President Barack Obama spent Thursday meeting with university presidents around the country, asking for an expansion in access to higher education.
The Pew Charitable Trust conducted the poll during the summer of 2013 using a random sample of Philadelphia adults over 18.
Several health coverage and care options are now available for individuals and families in lower income brackets.
Despite budget problems, poverty, and little parent participation, Public Agenda reports on what makes for success at Ohio’s nine high poverty, high-achieving schools.
A new study by Jonathan Rothwell at the Brookings Institution identified areas where high levels of economic segregation show the large gaps in education between low-income students and other students.
Citing research by Sean Reardon at Stanford University, an article in the New York Times reports that the achievement gap between rich and poor children is widening.
Low income women looking for a job can take can take part in a day-long event to get them on the right path.
Chrysalis, Antioch College’s Bridge Program, provides free humanities courses to low income adults. More than 500 students have completed the program and many go on to community colleges.