Pa. is facing a crisis it has not faced in decades: Qualified teachers are getting scarce. Hiking the minimum salary is a first step to fixing that.
Any legislation City Council passes on the issue would be non-binding. The library's board of trustees would make the final call.
The stagnant support from the state has forced school districts to shoulder an ever-increasing share of special education costs,
Eighty districts across Pennsylvania employed a combined 617 school police officers during the 2017-18 school year, according to the most recent state data.
As the university awaits a final determination of its accreditation status, state officials deflected questions about their long-term financial commitments.
Nicole Rayfield, of Glenolden, says she warned university administrators about their actions, and they fired her in retaliation.
The California state Legislature has approved a bill that allows college athletes to earn money through athletic endorsements starting in 2023.
Dozens of protests are scheduled in Pennsylvania as part of a global climate strike, just three days before world leaders will convene in New York City for the UN Climate Action Summit.
‘More options and opportunities’: At Harrisburg Catholic school, DeVos pushes $5 billion program for...
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Pennsylvania House Speaker Mike Turzai toured Harrisburg Catholic Elementary School, a stone’s throw from the Capitol building, before plugging a plan to get students out of the troubled city school district and into private schools.
Philadelphia can’t impose conditions on charter operator seeking to open middle school, state appeal...
The decision repeals the conditions that Philadelphia's School Reform Commission placed on Franklin Towne’s 2018 application to open a middle school for 450 students.