Philadelphia School District Superintendent Dr. Hite Responds To Rumors He Could Be In Running For Biden's Secretary Of EducationEducation reform groups are said to be pushing the Biden team to appoint an urban district head to the post.
Coronavirus Schools: Philadelphia School District Superintendent Says Parents, Students Should Take Digital Learning Program SeriouslySuperintendent Dr. William Hite said parents and kids should take it seriously and not assume their children can just retake the grade next near.
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.
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.
Philly Schools Chief Makes Super Bowl Bet With Boston CounterpartEven the school superintendents are making Super Bowl bets now.
New Vaccine Rules Parents Need To Know Before School StartsPhiladelphia officials are urging parents to get the shots now.
School District Introduces New Method Of Identifying Gifted StudentsIt's said the difference between a bright child and a gifted child is: A bright child knows the answers. A gifted child asks the questions.
School District Shelves Plan Doing Away With Split GradesSuperintendent William Hite says with limited resources, the district decided during negotiations to put that plan on the shelf.
Back To School For Philadelphia School DistrictSummer vacation is over, and 130,000 students in the Philadelphia School District are back in class today.
Attendance Up, Encouraged At Philadelphia Schools"It's very hard to teach children to read and to do math if they're not present," says Superintendent William Hite.
Two Key Positions Expected To Come To Every Philadelphia District SchoolIt's a safety concern that's been plaguing the district; many schools are without a full-time counselor or nurse because of the district's economic struggles.