“…This is about corporate control of taxpayers money,” she says. “ already has part of the military, some of the roads, that kind of thing. 143 more words
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Too often changes in education come from the top down, teachers have little say in the process, and results are mixed. But when unions and district leaders partner together in innovative ways they can effectively and sustainably raise student achievement. 219 more words
by Ian Bush
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — They could soon be on your smartphone or tablet: apps designed by students, staff, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania that have generated a lot of buzz among software development firms and venture capitalists. 466 more words
YORK, Pa. (AP) — A central Pennsylvania second-grader has come up with a great idea for kids at his school: a buddy bench.
Christian Bucks saw that some of his friends at Roundtown Elementary School didn’t have anyone to play with. 198 more words
By Elizabeth Hur
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Crews working on a school playground stumbled upon a cemetery that wasn’t supposed to be there.
Now, we’re hearing exclusively from two women whose family members were buried there. 318 more words
TV EXCLUSIVE: Family Says Penn Didn't Protect Researcher Who Died After Working With Dangerous Radiation
By Walt Hunter
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Barbara Boyer’s first thoughts when she learned her 47-year-old husband Jeff was dying: how to tell the two young daughters he adored. 232 more words
The State Education Mandate Relief task force met for the first time today and immediately approved expanding the group’s charge to find ways to provide mandate relief to all school districts across the state, not just those in high-performing districts. 241 more words