Report will highlight ways to keep families in Center City

    With the School District of Philadelphia’s leadership and money woes and the threat of teen violence hanging in the air, Center City still has to contend with the suburbs when it comes time for its residents to start families.A report due Monday from the Center City District will detail ways the city can keep people in Philadelphia, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
    Though Center City’s overall population is up and college grads are sticking around, education choices remain a top priority in house-hunting,Monday’s report will have recommendations on how to retain Center City’s young professionals as they start families.Feed the Feed: What factors did you consider when thinking about where to start your family?

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