Parents are worried public strife at Pgh Public Schools is undermining goals to grow...

For some Lawrenceville residents, particularly young families, there is “The Lawrenceville Problem.”

What I learned when I recreated the famous ‘doll test’ that looked at how...

A researcher recreates a famous 1940s doll experiment to probe how Black preschool children view race and themselves – and finds not much has changed.

Looking to provide ‘support my generation didn’t have’ Penn State alum gifts $1M to...

The largest gift in the center’s history, Conrad’s commitment will provide an expanded home for the campus’s LGBTQ+ and ally communities while enhancing its future programming.

Pa.’s long journey to fair school funding | Editorial Cartoon

Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed a $1.35B infusion for public education, driven out through the state's fair funding formula.

Study: Kinship care plays key role in Pa.’s child welfare system | Thursday Morning...

Children placed with family members when parents can't care for them do better in school and preserve community connections, a new report concludes.

How public schools fail to recognize Black prodigies | Opinion

Anti-Black bias and lack of teacher referrals are keeping Black students out of gifted school programs, a scholar suggests.

Protesters seeking justice, reform ask “Where is the love?” on Valentine’s Day in Lancaster

Marchers called for reforms to law enforcement and the county's prison system, they also handed out food and winter clothing to people experiencing homelessness.

CDC issues detailed strategy for safely reopening K-12 schools

The agency said it cannot force schools to reopen but can only stress that steps such as wearing masks and physical distancing of at least 6 feet are key to mitigating the spread of coronavirus.

Philly schools chief Hite mum on state of standoff with city teachers; stresses schools...

“I cannot discuss any details of the mediation process that’s currently occurring,” Hite said.

School segregation fights didn’t just happen in the South | Opinion

The 'Harlem 9' made nationwide headlines for their own school desegregation fight. Their work remains unfinished,