The House and Senate have approved a dozen victim-centered bills over the last past week, including a few identical versions of the same bill passed by both chambers.
'We've lived it," Williams told students.
Lawmakers should act to ensure all of Pennsylvania’s children are learning in healthy environments by providing a dedicated source of funding to address issues of lead, mold and asbestos in our schools.
When Andrew Helmer looks at Pennsylvania's 14 public community colleges, he sees more than just campuses. He sees "reservoirs of knowledge.""I know what community colleges do to train our employees of the future," Helmer,...
While net price calculators are meant to help students figure out how much a particular college will cost, a new study reveals that many colleges' calculators distort the true cost of attendance.
It's not clear how the state would pay for such an effort, however.
It’s been 30 years since Pennsylvania last raised its starting salary for teachers, and a bipartisan group of lawmakers say it’s time for another update.A bill in the Senate would codify the proposal, first...
Just another reminder that more money doesn't always mean a better result.
During a budget hearing last month, state Sen. Ryan Aument did something you don’t often see a politician do in public: He admitted that a law he wrote wasn’t working.
Despite the known benefits of black students having black teachers, teacher license exams often stand in the way – even though they don't predict which teachers will be effective, a scholar says.