"By the end of third grade, [students are] at the point at which they need the foundation to master the more complex curriculum in fourth grade," said Diane Castelbuono, the school district's deputy chief of early childhood education.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - One of the nation's largest online charter schools on Wednesday asked the Ohio Supreme Court to block the state's efforts to recoup $60 million from the school.
Presidents of U.S. public colleges and universities saw their earnings climb by 5.3 percent last year, with several of them topping $1 million, according to an annual survey.
Students from Camden and Philadelphia are headed to Ghana for 10 days on an educational trip.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - Officials say a research center at Penn State University aiming to prevent child abuse and improve treatment should open in a few months.
A new smartphone course aims to steer young drivers down the straight and narrow.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court is ordering the top Colorado state court to look again at a school voucher program that it had struck down as unconstitutional.
After dropping briefly, the average salaries for New Jersey's public school teachers and administrators are again rising.
In the last school year, the...
Come July 1, African Americans will fill the provost spot - generally regarded as the number two in command - at Philadelphia's three largest universities: the University of Pennsylvania, Temple and Drexel.
The 12-member task force was created under legislation signed by Gov. Christie in 2015 to come up with ways to prevent sexual assaults on college campuses and help schools improve how incidents are reported.
BOSTON (AP) - Danielle Ramos' student-debt nightmare was supposed to be over.
After 10 years, David Hardy, the founding CEO of Boys Latin of Philadelphia Charter School, is retiring with his vision fulfilled.
The University of Delaware teacher who stirred outrage with her comments about an American student who died after a year of imprisonment in North Korea won't return to teaching at the school, officials said.
The century-old building housing Camden High will soon be torn down and replaced with a state-of-the-art school. Not everyone welcomes the change, but others say it's long overdue.
"I want Chris Bloomfield to go to bed at night hearing my voice," she says. "Because we'll never hear Yvette's voice again."