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The Philadelphia chapter of the Careers through Culinary Arts Program on Wednesday presented more than $267,000 in scholarships and cash awards to 17 area high school seniors.
Police are investigating another alleged sexual assault at West Chester University, the fourth reported in less than four weeks.
A South Jersey teacher has filed a federal Civil Rights suit claiming that a job offer to teach in Penns Grove was rescinded because he is white. Brian...
Rutgers University announced a new chancellor Wednesday for its Camden campus: a former professor at Temple University's law school who is now the law school dean at the University of Maryland.
The principal of a Chester County elementary school retired this week after district officials said he let students cheat on a standardized test.
PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia School Reform Commission's powers to suspend portions of the state law covering charter schools may have hit a snag.
HADDONFIELD Samuel Nicholson Rhoads (1862-1952), the globe-trotting amateur naturalist from Haddonfield, shared his findings with his hometown and the world.
A new bronze statue of Joe Paterno is planned for installation in the fall of next year.
MaST Charter's president says, "I feel like I'm in 'Star Trek.' "
Philadelphia's Masterman High School once again topped U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of Pennsylvania schools, with a number of suburban high schools rounding out the top 10.
Superintendent Hite will recommend that the SRC revoke its charter.
The Philadelphia School District has taken the unprecedented step of asking the School Reform Commission to revoke Palmer Leadership's charter, alleging poor academic performance, financial woes, and billing for students no longer attending the school.
Philadelphians want the School Reform Commission abolished and the city's public schools returned to local control, the city teachers union said Tuesday.
A South Jersey teacher has filed a federal Civil Rights suit claiming that a job offer to teach in Penns Grove was rescinded because he is white. Brian...
The Philadelphia chapter of the Careers through Culinary Arts Program on Wednesday presented more than $267,000 in scholarships and cash awards to 17 area high school seniors.
Police are investigating another alleged sexual assault at West Chester University, the fourth reported in less than four weeks.
Nearly 30 superintendents and state legislators from Southeastern Pennsylvania will learn more about the state-mandated Keystone exams in Algebra I, Biology and Language Arts at a conference at the Chester County Intermediate Unit in Downingtown Thursday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The principal of a Chester County elementary school retired this week after district officials said he let students cheat on a standardized test.
PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia School Reform Commission's powers to suspend portions of the state law covering charter schools may have hit a snag.
HADDONFIELD Samuel Nicholson Rhoads (1862-1952), the globe-trotting amateur naturalist from Haddonfield, shared his findings with his hometown and the world.
Education was critical to William Penn's "Holy Experiment," and in 1689, he had a hand in planting the seed of Quaker schooling in the New World. William Penn Charter School in East Falls and Center City's Friends Select School trace their roots to that seed.
NEW YORK - Out the bus window, principal William Wade was the first one to spot the row of giant movie ads.
A consultant managing the Philadelphia School District’s transportation department - frustrated by what a source labeled “overtime abuse” by drivers and others - is pulling out of its contract more than a year early.
In China, Maura Cunningham says, if you're going to hold an online discussion of the Tiananmen Square massacre, you'd better speak in code.
A new bronze statue of Joe Paterno is planned for installation in the fall of next year.
Rutgers University announced a new chancellor Wednesday for its Camden campus: a former professor at Temple University's law school who is now the law school dean at the University of Maryland.
MaST Charter's president says, "I feel like I'm in 'Star Trek.' "
NEW YORK - Out the bus window, principal William Wade was the first one to spot the row of giant movie ads.
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