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HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Governor Tom Wolf has signed legislation that will eliminate controversial Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement for some Pennsylvania high school students. 151 more words
EXETER, Pa. (CBS) — The valedictorian who had his microphone cut off during his high school graduation speech is still in the limelight after appearing on a popular late-night talk show. 236 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — One casualty of the newly-approved Philadelphia teachers contract is a district plan to do away with some split grades.
The district’s original plan was to hire 66 additional teachers next year to eliminate split classes in first and second grade. 97 more words
“This is investing—investing in our state’s future and the future of our students,” said CEA President Sheila Cohen, describing a plan that would create a commission charged with pursuing an open, transparent, and equitable funding system for public schools—one of the state’s greatest assets. 571 more words
The Director General of the Ghana Education Service has lifted the ban imposed on transfer and release with immediate effect.
Staff of GES who wish to go on transfer could do so only on condition that they forfeit their T & T and Transfer grants. 40 more words