New Report Shows It's Tough To Keep Teachers Long-Term In Philadelphia School DistrictMost people will agree being a teacher is not an easy calling, especially in the Philadelphia School District.
Philadelphia School District To Dismiss Students Early Tuesday And Wednesday Due To Dangerous HeatThe school district announced that students will be dismissed at 1 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Superintendent: Philly Students Should Expect New Optimistic Energy Heading Into School YearFor the first time, Philadelphia public schools will be opening early this year before the Labor Day holiday.
Philadelphia School District Gets $15.6 Million To Improve ConditionsCrews will remove lead paint, mold, and asbestos from 57 buildings in the district.
Philadelphia's School Reform Commission Holds Last Meeting After Voting To Abolish ItselfThe very first one took place on Dec. 28, 2001 after the city reached a deal with the state.
Lindback Foundation Honors Dozens Of Outstanding Philadelphia TeachersFor the last decade, the Lindback Foundation has been recognizing the best Philadelphia School District teachers.
Philadelphia Public, Archdiocesan Schools To Open On 2-Hour Delay ThursdayClass will be back in session Thursday for students in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia School District, Archdiocese Announce All Schools Closed WednesdayThe Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia School District have announced that all schools will be closed Wednesday due to the impending nor'easter.
Mayor Kenney Receives More Than 2 Dozen Names For School BoardKenney says he'll probably make those selections sooner rather than later. 
Seeking Change: Rule Keeps Student Off The Court For Not Removing HijabIt happened Friday after a basketball referee refused to let a 16-year-old Mastery Shoemaker student play, unless she took off her hijab.
Students Being Moved Due To Lack Of Heating At Philadelphia Elementary SchoolSome parents expressed frustration — telling Eyewitness News that it’s unacceptable.