Philadelphia School District Defends Use Of Window Ventilation Fans As Part Of COVID Safety PlanSome parents and teachers complain the ventilation strategy is insufficient.
Philadelphia Public Schools, Archdiocese Elementary Schools To Hold Virtual Classes Tuesday Morning Due To Winter StormThe Archdiocese of Philadelphia says parish and regional elementary schools in the city will also learn virtually Tuesday.
Philadelphia School District Closes All Buildings Ahead Of Winter Storm, Students Expected To Attend Virtual LessonsThe school district says with all instruction taking place virtually, there is no need to cancel classes and use a snow day on Monday, Feb. 1. 
Philadelphia School District Students To Begin Hybrid, In-Person Learning Feb. 22The city has announced plans on how they will return Philadelphia's students and staff to classrooms. But the teachers union says the city must do more to protect everyone.
'I Am Disappointed': No Snow Day For Philadelphia Public Schools Thursday, Despite Student-led PetitionThe petition has already garnered over 1,000 signatures.
No Snow Days For Philadelphia School District Students During Virtual Learning, Officials SayUsually a snowstorm means school delays or cancellations, but not this year.
Philadelphia School District Delaying In-Person Learning As Number Of Coronavirus Cases Rising In CitySome students were initially supposed to start hybrid learning on Nov. 30.
Philadelphia School District, Teachers Union Reach Tentative Deal On New ContractIt's a contract extension that includes a raise and a separate COVID-19 safety plan.
Philadelphia School District To Start Phasing Students Back Into Classrooms On Nov. 30 As Part Of Hybrid Learning PlanThe school district felt it was important to offer a hybrid learning model to those families struggling with virtual learning. 
Philadelphia School District Superintendent Has Serious Warning For Zoom PrankstersClass clowns are adapting to the new normal.
Philadelphia School District Hoping For Smoother Day Following Technical Glitches On First Day Of Virtual LearningStudents in the School District of Philadelphia are hoping for a better day after many had a bit of a bumpy ride on day one.
Philadelphia Public School Students Begin Fall Semester Virtually, But Not Without GlitchesIt's back to school virtually for the students in the Philadelphia School District on Wednesday.
'We're All In This Together': Superintendent Dr. William Hite Joins CBS3 Ahead Of Philadelphia School District's First Day Of Remote-Only LearningThis year, they will begin the academic year with all-remote learning until at least November. 
City Of Philadelphia Announces PHLConnectED Program To Give Students In Low-Income Households Internet AccessThe PHLConnectED program will connect up to 35,000 low-income students in grades K-12 with internet services and devices.
Superintendent Explains Why Philadelphia School District Scrapped Plans For Hybrid School YearThe start of the school year on Sept. 2 will begin with all virtual learning