A local family donated $250,000 over the next five years to save a program at West Chester University, which helps students with intellectual disabilities The donation is part of a matching grant so the university still has fundraising to do. They need to raise $35,000 by Dec. 31.
Although most young Americans believe in the value of higher education, many still consider a high school diploma alone to be enough for success.
A majority of college graduates with student loans said they would shave their head if the debt could be erased, according to a new survey, and some others said they would consider giving up coffee and even spending a week in jail.
Bob Kelly heads to class in Medford, New Jersey!
For those who ever dreamed of earning a master's degree in marijuana, now is the time to try.
Pennsylvania school districts are struggling with a shortage of bus drivers.
New Jersey education and teachers' union officials are vowing to work together on expanding the teaching of black history, including an initiative to send teachers to sites in the United States and Africa associated with the slave trade.
Facing a federal lawsuit, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she will forgive certain student loans for more than 1,500 borrowers who attended a pair of now-shuttered for-profit colleges.
Haverford High School was nationally recognized Friday for providing exceptional inclusive sports and activities for students with and without disabilities.The school also meets high standards for inclusion, advocacy and respect.
A research team at Carnegie Mellon University found new evidence that there exists no difference in brain function or math ability between genders.
U.S. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) announced a new bill on Wednesday, the Family Friendly Schools Act, to make school days longer by a total of three hours.
Bob heads to class in Royersford.
Anger boiled over at North Philly’s T.M. Peirce Elementary School Monday night as parents grilled Philadelphia School District officials about the recent discovery of exposed asbestos and flaking paint around pipes in the gym and school bathrooms.
One of America’s five largest publishing houses, Macmillan Publishers Ltd., announced it will be significantly restricting the sales of its e-books to libraries during the first eight weeks after publication, spurring outrage from public libraries across the country.
A North Carolina teacher was suspended after she allegedly segregated students — based on their religious and political beliefs.
A local 10-year-old girl is helping to provide free books to kids around the Camden area
Bob heads to Wallingford for class!
The change was made by an English-learning website to clarify the letters L, M, N, O and P for kids learning their ABCs.
Parents and community leaders are protesting Monday following the discovery of asbestos at a North Philadelphia elementary school.
JoAnn Pileggi reports on the alleged fight and the 17 Highland Regional High football team members suspended.