PHLConnectED is part of the first stage of the city’s larger digital equity initiative that supports internet adoption and digital literacy skills development for all Philadelphia residents.
The Lincoln University Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Thursday to negotiate a new contract for university president Brenda Allen.
In a statement, the agencies said that's only a "strong recommendation" and "not an order or mandate."
In the midst of a pandemic, thousands of students will soon return to class. They will do so in vastly different and inequitable circumstances.
Pennsylvania educators and school administrators say key questions remain unanswered as they try to figure out how to safely educate students this fall.
With the start of classes weeks away, the Wolf administration can't say when they'll spend the money or how they'll dole it out.
State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia, said the funds serve to fill some of the racial and economic gaps historically found in education.
Already struggling to pay the bills, Pennsylvanians are buckling under the weight of student loan debt, a new survey concludes.
The turnover comes as public schools across the state scramble to finalize fall reopening plans amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. The news was first reported by the Associated Press. Rivera will remain in his current position until October, the AP confirmed.
Pennsylvania needs to provide financial support to the students most vulnerable to “COVID slide”-- learning lost during COVID-related school closures.