The Legislature must address the surplus of state-supported university capacity in an increasingly competitive environment.
Two weeks ago, during a service at Harrisburg Brethren In Christ, Senior Pastor Hank Johnson said something that really stood out for me:"We are disciples, called to make disciples,” he said, as my mind...
The department recently announced a statewide listening tour to collect public input as Pennsylvania prepares to reboot its K-12 science standards for the first time in 20 years.
This work that the state needs to be done by Pennsylvania citizens requires a fair price tag. It’s time to increase the rates the state pays to fund these services.
By Debra E. KachelAll students are assessed on the same scale for standardized tests. If this were truly fair, shouldn't they also have access to the same educational resources with which to learn? An education...
Pennsylvania’s top lawyer can’t represent the state agency without compromising his duty to taxpayers.
The stakes could not be higher. The lives of our young people, educators, and school staff are on the line, and we cannot wait a minute longer for action.
Pennsylvania needs to create a loan forgiveness program, allowing educators to worry less about monthly payments and more on the classroom.
While it's portrayed as an economic boon, fracking in Pennsylvania actually has led to disadvantages in state school districts.
Where are the billionaires printing up signs that proclaim parents’ love for their public schools, or paying to bus us to rallies?