Coronavirus Philadelphia: School District Remains Undecided If It'll Extend School Year, Superintendent SaysHite also says Philadelphia school spring break will continue as normal.
Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia School District Indefinitely Closing Schools Until Further NoticeThe Philadelphia School District said Tuesday it is indefinitely closing its schools until further notice during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphia Superintendent William Hite Speaks On Plan To Get Chromebooks To Students Learning From HomeCBS3's Jim Donovan spoke with Superintendent Dr. William Hite about the plan.
Coronavirus Response: Philadelphia School District Scrambling To Provide Devices To Students Who Don't Have Internet AccessThe School District of Philadelphia continues to try to navigate educating its students in the midst of unprecedented circumstances.
Coronavirus In Philadelphia: City Providing Meal Pickup Sites For Students During School ClosuresThis comes after all Pennsylvania state schools were closed on Friday due to coronavirus concerns.
Coronavirus In Philadelphia: School District To Close 63 Schools Friday Due To Staffing Shortage Amid COVID-19 OutbreakOfficials say 15% or more of the staff at the 63 schools closing Friday live in Montgomery County.
Community Pushing Back Against Comprehensive Plan That Could Reshape School District Of PhiladelphiaThe public is weighing in on a comprehensive plan that could reshape the School District of Philadelphia.
Exclusive: Superintendent William Hite Says Lack Of Financial Resources Chiefly Behind Asbestos Crisis In Philly SchoolsSuperintendent William Hite exclusively spoke with CBS3 about the asbestos crisis in Philly schools.
Union Representing School Administrators Denounces School District Of Philadelphia's Handling Of AsbestosLocal 502 represents more than 700 school administrators who work in the district.
Philadelphia's Teachers Union Expected To Announce Legal Action Against School District Over Asbestos ProblemThe lawsuit is over the district's handling of the asbestos problem at local schools.
Philadelphia's Carnell Elementary School Expected To Reopen Monday After Building Treated For AsbestosThe School District of Philadelphia says it needs $25 million a year for the next five years just to handle known cases of damages asbestos
School District Of Philadelphia Enacting Major Policy Change After Frightening Incident Involving Autistic StudentA frightening incident involving a student in Northeast Philadelphia is leading to a major change in School District of Philadelphia policy.
Philadelphia Parents Continue To Call For Change Following Discovery Of Asbestos In Multiple SchoolsThis week, the Philadelphia School District announced it will spend $12 million to address environmental concerns in city schools.
School District Of Philadelphia Proposing To Move Peirce Elementary School Students To Address Asbestos ConcernsParents will tour the school Tuesday and if it is safe, the district plans to relocate the students on Dec. 2.
'It's Unhealthy, It's Wrong': Another Philadelphia School Tainted By Asbestos Has Parents Furious With School DistrictThe asbestos was discovered last month at Peirce Thomas M. School, but students have not been moved.