Two-Thirds Of Working Americans Say They Have Regrets About Their College Degrees, Survey FindsStudent loan debt has soared to $1.6 trillion this year with 70% of graduates assuming loans to help finance higher education.
'Back On Track' Puts South Jersey Students Working To Turn Their Lives Around In The SpotlightA special group of Camden students were honored Monday during a Back On Track luncheon.
South Jersey Oncologist Finds Unique Way To Make Patients SmileDr. Howard Saul does magic tricks in addition to taking care of women with cancer.
Americans Use Just 37 Percent Of Information Learned In School, Survey FindsThe survey of 2,000 adults commissioned by H&R Block found that 84 percent of people learned things in school that they've never used after graduation.
Students' Health, Academics Improved With Later School Start Times, Study ShowsThe study found students were more attentive and involved in the classroom.
Teacher Making Students Lock Up Cell Phones To Increase Learning One teacher in Spokane, Washington is telling his students to lock up their cell phones.
Students Who Escaped Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico Graduate High School On Time In VinelandGraduating high school and walking across the stage to get your diploma is a special feeling. For one group of students graduating in South Jersey on Wednesday night, that feeling is magnified times ten.
Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School's Remarkable Graduation Record Fueled By Work-Study ProgramFor the third consecutive year, 100 percent of the graduating class at Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School has been accepted into a four-year college or university.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Substitute Teacher Banned From District After Allegedly Hitting First GradersA substitute teacher in the Philadelphia School District has been banned from the district after allegedly hitting several first graders.
4-Day School Week A Good Idea? Some Say It's Saving MoneyWe all know education is important, but getting kids to class can be a challenge.
Under Pressure, Apple Lowers iPad Cost For SchoolsThe announcement comes as Apple tries to claw its way back to dominance in the classroom.
Lawsuit: Pennsylvania Is Failing Its SchoolchildrenPennsylvania has failed its constitutional duty to provide its students with an adequate education, a long-running lawsuit brought by school districts, parents and activist groups alleged Wednesday before a panel of judges in Philadelphia.
Should Schools Be Required To Tell Parents About Bullying?At least eight states currently have laws requiring that schools notify parents when their child is being bullied or is bullying other kids.
Chester County Elementary Takes Part In Google's 'Expeditions Pioneer Program'An elementary school in Chester County is giving its students a unique educational experience with some help from technology.