Beginning in fall 2023, Drexel University will make its bachelor’s degree programs more affordable by cutting the tuition cost in half for community college graduates from Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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Teachers Can Be Life-Changing. Help Us Solve PA’s Teacher Shortage | Opinion
If schools are engines of educational and economic opportunity, then educators are the conductors who keep the train moving forward.
New State Budget Gives Millions to In-School Mental Health Services
In a time where more and more students are feeling unsafe at school and struggling with their mental health, Pennsylvania lawmakers have recently approved the 2022-2023 budget to include $100 million for school safety and another $100 million for mental health initiatives.
Pennsylvania Higher Education in Need of Further Funding
With the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) recent merger of three schools – Bloomsburg, Mansfield, and Lock Haven universities, which will now makeup the Commonwealth University of Pennsylvania – the institution is now planning for their future.
School Districts Struggle with Rising Special Education Costs Amid a Lack of Funding from the State
School districts in Pennsylvania, particularly low-income ones, are facing the burden of rising special education costs and seeing little support from state funding.
School Funding Needs Reform, Says Attorney General Shapiro
Attorney General Josh Shapiro came out this month in support of the plaintiffs in a historic school funding trial.
Shapiro Seeks to Expand Pennsylvania Workforce by Eliminating Barriers and Focusing on Career Training
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro outlined his plan for investing in and expanding Pennsylvania’s workforce, with an emphasis on education and investing in the future.
New Education Report in Pennsylvania
According to new data from the Economic Research Service, young people in Pennsylvania are more likely to graduate from high school, get their GED, and graduate from college than ever before.
Pennsylvanians are more educated than ever before
Young people in Pennsylvania are more likely to graduate from high school, get their GED, and graduate from college than ever before.
Pennsylvania grade schoolers’ report card
Recently released school reports remind us of the progress Pennsylvania’s grade schoolers made in the subjects of reading and writing between 2015-2019.