Pennsylvania School District Forcing Students To Smile In Hallways, Reports SayA Pennsylvania school district is under fire for a policy that allegedly requires students to smile when walking in school hallways.
Philly Teachers Protest Working Without ContractAfter working without a contract for four years, Philadelphia public school teachers are fed up.
Philadelphia's School Superintendent Wants To Restore Real-World Life Skills In CurriculumHe says the target right now is the middle schools, particularly sixth graders.
Philly Public School Kids Have New Breakfast Option Developed By Student EntrepreneursThe cakes are now available in all 235 district schools.
Camden City School District Says Graduation Rates Up, Drop Outs DownThe drop out rate has decreased from 21-percent or one in five students, to 12-percent today.
Students At West Chester U. Speak Out After Faculty Decides To StrikeJust shy of 16,000 students at West Chester University are affected by the strike.
Gov. Wolf Releases Statement After Faculty At Pennsylvania State Colleges Decide To StrikePennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf released a statement on the decision.
Judges, Notable Community Members Help HS Seniors Get Ready For CollegeThis is the third year that members of the Clifford Scott Green Judicial Council have mentored students in Philadelphia high schools.
Politician Gives Up Paycheck To Benefit Philly SchoolsHe wants to donate his city council salary to public schools across the city.
Columbus Day No Longer A Holiday For Philly SchoolsMonday, Columbus Day, is a federal holiday. But it will not be a holiday for Philadelphia public schoolchildren.
Trenton Schools To Dismiss Early Due To Heat, HumidityTrenton's public school district says staff and students will be dismissed early every day this week.
Mayor Kenney's Promise Of 'Community Schools' Gets Step Closer To Realityine Philadelphia public schools have been chosen to test a big idea.