Nutter: shortfall in the trillions will hurt city budget, schools

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Mayor Nutter stopped by the Daily News Wednesday to have a chat about the city's budget. He said the city is facing a trifecta of budget... Read more

New York takes on teacher seniority

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New York's state senate Tuesday voted to end seniority protections for teachers in New York City, WNYC reports, but the measure faces an uncertain... Read more

Voucher bill one step closer to passing

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The tuition voucher bill has made it through one hurdle after the Senate Education Committee today voted to move it to the full Senate for... Read more

Feds grants district waiver from No Child Left Behind

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The U.S. Department of Education has granted a Kansas school district the first broad-based waiver from the No Child Left Behind Act, according... Read more

Elverson students protest district deficit, proposed cuts

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About 50 students from Military Academy at Elverson gathered near district headquarters yesterday to express their frustration with the district's... Read more

Lawmakers to vote on voucher bill tomorrow

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After tomorrow, we'll find out whether or not parents whose kids attend public school will be one step closer to using taxpayer dollars to... Read more

Human Relations Commission to release findings on violence in schools

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After a yearlong, citywide series of public hearings on intergroup conflict in Philadelphia public schools, The Philadelphia Commission on... Read more

Re-post: Kindergarten open houses begin district wide next week

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The West Philly Local has published a list of Kindergarten open houses provided to them by the West Philly Coalition for Neighborhood Schools... Read more