SRC Member Bill Green Says He's Suing Gov. Wolf In Attempt To Win Back His PositionShortly after taking office, Governor Wolf replaced Bill Green as chair of the School Reform Commission with Marjorie Neff.
Court Ruling Has Massive Implications For Phila. School DistrictAs the School Reform Commission voted on new charter schools Tuesday night, the state Supreme Court dealt the district a major blow.
Philly School District Settles With Charter That Allegedly Faked Signatures The School Reform Commission tonight votes on an agreement settling allegations that a charter school fraudulently billed the district.
City And Education Officials Announce New Model For Improving Phila. Public SchoolsIt's called the "Community Schools" model.
With No State Budget, Phila. School District Forced To Borrow To Make Ends MeetDistrict deputy CFO Erin Davis says the district has daily cash needs.
City Council, School District Sign Financial Cooperation AgreementThe School Reform Commission has signed a deal promising to share more financial information with City Council.
Phila. School Reform Commission Votes To Outsource Substitute TeachersThe School Reform Commission voted unanimously to outsource the jobs to a New Jersey company.
Recently Demoted SRC Chairman Drops Hints At Possible Run For MayorBill Green has changed his party affiliation, and that could open the door to an independent run for mayor this fall.
Bill Green Says He's Not Going To Court To Challenge His Removal As SRC ChairSchool Reform Commissioner Bill Green now says he's not going to court to challenge his removal as SRC chair.
SRC Stunner: Gov. Wolf Replaces Bill Green As ChairmanIn a shocking move, Governor Wolf has replaced Bill Green as chair of the School Reform Commission.
Nutter Not Yet Saying If New Budget Will Answer Latest District RequestMayor Nutter presents his eighth and final budget one week from Thursday -- and the key questions are whether and how he will respond to the latest hat-in-hand request from the School District.
Group Advocating For More Philly Charter Schools Responds To Decision To Approve 5 Of 39 New ChartersThe Hoboken-based Choice Media, Inc. is returning to the Philadelphia television airwaves in the next week or so, depicting parents whose children were shut out of fully-enrolled charters.