Researchers say the findings suggest students may be distracted by having cell phones in class.
A video from a SEPTA security camera rolling around 315 p.m. yesterday at the Spring Garden subway stop along the Broad Street Line shows the brawl.
Students on the team at Thomas Edison Charter are the first National Junior High Chess Champions in Delaware.
Seven cases of whooping cough have been confirmed at Radnor High School since March 20.
About 50 local college students learned a lesson outside the classroom that might be more valuable than anything they learn inside.
Officials say the fight started around 10:42 a.m. Thursday at Atlantic City High School on the 1400 block of North Albany Avenue.
Rich analyzed two cases of teachers having sex with students in New Jersey, Governor Tom Wolf’s latest budget proposal, and Illinois Senator Dick Durbin’s assertions that Republicans are racist for holding up a confirmation vote on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch. He also talked with Will Bunch from the Philadelphia Daily News.
A water main leak prompted the early dismissal of students at a high school in Bucks County Wednesday.
Busted: College Student Named Dean Orders Fake IDs Only To Find Out They Were Sent To The School’s Dean
What’s in a name? Well, if your name is Dean and you’re having fake IDs mailed to you at your university, it could mean you’re busted.
The classroom came to life at Council Rock High School South Thursday as students placed a call to the International Space Station.
Services for Millersville University student Karlie Hall will be held Saturday at a chapel in her native Kennett Square, outside Philadelphia.
More than one hundred students at a Pennsylvania school have become ill.
Local business leaders are busy asking for private donations so they can send students to see the movie “Selma” for free.
Up to two dozen Delaware high school students will spend a part of their summer studying in China, thanks to an agreement between the state and a major Chinese auto parts manufacturer.
The White House on Thursday announced a proposal that President Barack Obama said would make community college “free for everybody who is willing to work for it.” But administration officials provided no details about the program’s costs or where the money would come to pay for it.