Members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity will continue to face involuntary manslaughter, hazing, and other charges.
Dexter C. Graves knew firsthand the importance of having a mentor doctor who looked like him. Now he and a classmate are trying to give other students at Drexel that same opportunity by creating a black doctors network.
Here's how the community mobilized when third-year law student Nick Hall found a video of professor Amy Wax claiming that black Penn Law students never graduated at the top of their class.
Art has already been moved to Christie's auction house in New York and is being readied for sale in mid-April. But students and faculty remain unhappy about the La Salle decision to sell off many of the museum's best holdings.
Here are short bios of the latest round of candidates for the new Philadelphia school board.
Armed with 45 candidates, Kenney now has 20 days to make his final selection for the the school board. Those chosen for the nine unpaid seats will begin their work right away and take control of the $3 billion school district in July.
Our teachers, previously surprised when the techniques they learned in college or graduate school don't work in classrooms, quickly see positive results both for their students and for themselves when their approach is trauma-informed.
Crate and Barrel is teaming up with nonprofit Fresh Artists to launch a new line of products designed by Philly public school kids
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A Pennsylvania high school says it will issue detentions to more than 200 students who walked out of school as part of a nationwide protest against gun violence.
Three students representing both voices in high school and college are helping organize the event that's expected to draw hundreds of thousands to Philadelphia on March 24.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) - Teachers in a large northern New Jersey school district have gone on strike.
Charter schools are growing in Philadelphia's collar counties, but their results constitute a "mixed bag," with cyber-charter pupils in particular performing worse than those in similarly situated traditional public schools, according to a new report.
The state cavalry is not coming anytime soon. In the meantime, only Philadelphians can save Philadelphia. The question for all of us is whether we are willing to do so.