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MaST Charter
City

Philly Charter School Had 9,190 Applicants for 96 Spots

By all accounts, MaST Community Charter School is a success. The Philadelphia school opened in 1999, and eventually consolidated all its grades into an old […]

City Life

Pa. Senator Draws Ire for Comment on “Inner City” Students

A Pennsylvania senator and Education Committee chair has drawn criticism from some Democrats after he claimed students in some “inner city” neighborhoods need “less intensive” […]

City Life

Friends’ Central Suspends Teachers Who Invited Palestinian Speaker

Friends’ Central School in Wynnewood has suspended two teachers who invited a Palestinian speaker to its campus – just days after the school canceled the […]

Julia Reynolds Masterman School
Property

Masterman Tops Keystone Exam Rankings

Thanks to a law passed in 2016, passing the Keystone exams won’t be a graduation requirement for Pennsylvania high school students for another two years. […]

Maya Angelou math problem
City

The “Girl” in Pennridge High School Assignment Uproar Is Maya Angelou

The Pennridge School District has apologized after a hybrid math/English question about Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings caused an uproar on […]

City Life

Report: Shooting Threat Prompted Montco School District to Close

A shooting threat and state police investigation prompted the Upper Perkiomen School District to close this morning.

Property

Main Line High Schools Dominate 2017 Niche State Rankings

It’s getting crowded out on the Main Line as the area’s traditional powerhouse high schools get lapped by a more recent arrival to the ranks […]

City Life

Cheltenham Teacher Suspended for Alleged Racial Remarks

Cheltenham High School has suspended a teacher who reportedly told her students to “stop bitching about being black” while discussing election results.

teacher vacancies
City Life

PFT to City Council: Philly Needs More Teachers

Members of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, educators, and experts stood in front of City Council’s education committee yesterday to make a pitch for the city […]

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City

Philly Public Schools to Dismiss Early on Friday Due to Heat

Classes began on Wednesday, but Philadelphia public school students are already getting a little time off — all district schools will dismiss early on Friday due […]

A 15-year-old man from Philadelphia performs on the steps of the Art Museum
City Life

Why Philly Is a Perfect Fit for America’s First Pro Circus Arts School

This time next year, the first full-time professional training school for circus artists in the United States will be preparing for the start of classes. […]

City Life

N.J. Education Board: Students Must Pass PARCC Before Graduating

The New Jersey Board of Education (NJBOE) voted today to require that all public school students pass the PARCC Exam in order to receive their […]

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Property

Families With Children Continue to Leave Philly, Pew Study Finds

More Philly families with school-age children are leaving the city than moving into it still, according to a new Pew Philadelphia Research Initiative analysis of migration […]

City Life

Reports of a Weapon Caused Another Philly School Lockdown

Another Philadelphia High School was under lockdown today after reports of a weapon inside the building. Police gathered outside of Thomas Edison High School, located […]

Philadelphia School District Building
City Life

Philly Schools Are Closed Again Tomorrow

All Philadelphia public schools are closed again tomorrow due to this weekend’s snowstorm. Due to inclement weather, all @PhillyEducation schools are closed on Tue., Jan. […]