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YORK, Pa. - Miss America is asking a Pennsylvania school district to reconsider the punishment of a high school senior who asked her to prom during the question-and-answer portion of an assembly.
PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey professor claims he was suspended over an online photo containing a quote from "Game of Thrones" that he says a school official perceived as a threat.
Two South Jersey charter schools are appealing state decisions that would force their closure by the end of this school year.
Prosecutors say no charges will be filed against eight student wrestlers at a New Jersey high school who posed for a photograph depicting the apparent...
The short film is grim: A young woman's life is hijacked when her husband suffers a neurological complication that completely incapacitates him, leaving her to care for him and their baby.
Internal medicine residents at Einstein Medical Center won the national medical jeopardy contest for the third consecutive year and sixth time in the contest's history.
Penn State, in the wake of a football child-sex-abuse cover-up scandal, hired a new president whose former school now embroiled in a football rape cover-up scandal.
DELAWARE COUNTY Charter school receives federal health grant CHESTER The Chester Community Charter School received a $750,000 U.S. Department of Education physical education program grant to develop a initiative that supports healthy eating and recreation, the school announced.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY Rosemont School student wins history essay contest ROSEMONT Caroline Hecht of Newtown Square is to be honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution Pennsylvania state luncheon in June in Washington for her award-winning essay in the DAR State American History Contest.
District officials reassigned John J. Dunphy after they learned of the purported violation and then placed him on paid leave. He resigned Jan. 15 from the district.
Classes are canceled for Friday at Cheyney University because of a water-main break, the university announced on its website Thursday night.
Gov. Christie has named the dean of Seton Hall University School of Law to serve in the newly created position of ombudsman for his office - a step recommended by the review Christie commissioned as a result of the George Washington Bridge controversy.
WASHINGTON (AP) - It may be a few years before the first daughters head to college, but Michelle Obama is already brainstorming a dorm room checklist while encouraging high school students to dream big about their education beyond graduation.
YORK, Pa. - Miss America is asking a Pennsylvania school district to reconsider the punishment of a high school senior who asked her to prom during the question-and-answer portion of an assembly.
Penn State has a problem. I'm sorry to tell you that it involves football. Also, an alleged sexual assault.
OVERBROOK PARK Toney Goins and his mother remember scrambling to find a black cloak and thin mask on the eve of his debut performance in front of his sixth-grade English class. That performance, they recall, piqued Goins' interest in acting and unveiled a talent that has brought Goins to a great height.
A May 1 vote will determine if Steel Elementary remains a district-run school or a charter.
Two South Jersey charter schools are appealing state decisions that would force their closure by the end of this school year.
PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey professor claims he was suspended over an online photo containing a quote from "Game of Thrones" that he says a school official perceived as a threat.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Penn State police say three male students who reportedly posed nude for a photo at the university's Nittany Lion Shrine face school discipline.
Prosecutors say no charges will be filed against eight student wrestlers at a New Jersey high school who posed for a photograph depicting the apparent...
DELAWARE COUNTY Charter school receives federal health grant CHESTER The Chester Community Charter School received a $750,000 U.S. Department of Education physical education program grant to develop a initiative that supports healthy eating and recreation, the school announced.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY Rosemont School student wins history essay contest ROSEMONT Caroline Hecht of Newtown Square is to be honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution Pennsylvania state luncheon in June in Washington for her award-winning essay in the DAR State American History Contest.
LOWER MERION Five years ago, Abri Bernstein's mother took her to see a grim documentary called The Devil Came on Horseback, about war, famine, and genocide in a remote land 6,500 miles away, the troubled Darfur region of Sudan.
Internal medicine residents at Einstein Medical Center won the national medical jeopardy contest for the third consecutive year and sixth time in the contest's history.
Penn State, in the wake of a football child-sex-abuse cover-up scandal, hired a new president whose former school now embroiled in a football rape cover-up scandal.
The short film is grim: A young woman's life is hijacked when her husband suffers a neurological complication that completely incapacitates him, leaving her to care for him and their baby.
A May 1 vote will determine if Steel Elementary remains a district-run school or a charter.
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