Scholars and economists studying racial economic inequality, such as William A. Darity Jr., point to the need for federal action.
Gov. Tom Wolf estimated that the bulk of those educators should be vaccinated and able to return to classrooms by the end of the month.
Too many students experiencing homelessness are going undetected, leaving them unable to access the educational protections to which they're entitled, a new report finds.
Can schools discipline students for remarks made online? The answer is not entirely clear.
Some district teachers are expected to return to their classrooms Wednesday in anticipation of students resuming in-person learning on March 8, the city and school officials said Monday.
For some Lawrenceville residents, particularly young families, there is “The Lawrenceville Problem.”
A researcher recreates a famous 1940s doll experiment to probe how Black preschool children view race and themselves – and finds not much has changed.
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.
Gov. Tom Wolf has proposed a $1.35B infusion for public education, driven out through the state's fair funding formula.
Children placed with family members when parents can't care for them do better in school and preserve community connections, a new report concludes.