State to consider two new cyber charter schools amidst enrollment boom

BY: - October 14, 2020

This is the first time since 2015 that state regulators have been asked to consider more than one in a single year. 

The state Board of Ed advanced new science standards for the first time in two decades. That could transform how schools teach climate change

BY: - September 13, 2020

Proposed guidelines approved by the state Board of Education last week represent the first comprehensive update to Pennsylvania’s science education standards in nearly two decades.


Erie’s fight for a new community college has statewide implications. This is why | Opinion

BY: - March 12, 2020

(*This op-Ed has been updated to correctly reflect the number of community colleges in New York, New Jersey and Ohio.) By Ronald A. DiNicola Next week, the state Board of Education will have an opportunity to set the table for a brighter future for all Pennsylvanians, and it’s critically important that they not let the […]