As in many U.S. schools, students and teachers at the school had trained for both responses, just not at the same time.
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It is time to stop sentencing thousands of Philadelphia’s children to a lifetime of poverty and despair, thanks to public schools that offer them virtually no chance at a succ
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Pennsylvania’s contentious congressional map has spurred disagreement among the state judiciary, lawmakers, and the governor. Yet students came up with several solutions.
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A divided Christina school board gave guarded blessings Tuesday night to a plan by the Carney administration to consolidate five of the lowest-performing schools in the state.
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Laurel Middle School, where in 2015 barely one in seven students were proficient in math in state standardized tests, has seen a dramatic improvement following investment.
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Gov. Wolf emphasizes education, but scales back funding ambitions during final first term budget address
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf asked the General Assembly Tuesday for another $100 million in basic education spending and $20 million for special education.
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More and more traditional public schools are getting into branding programs, says the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators.
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As I reflect on my past within the Philadelphia school system, I remember that I crossed paths with many young people who faced challenges throughout their lives.
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The proposed policy was drafted over several months by a team of educators, parents, and education advocates appointed by Carney.
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More than one in six Delaware public school kindergartners are enrolled in Spanish immersion, and more schools are interested in starting programs.
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The University of Delaware continues to struggle to attract black students and ranks among the nation's worst in enrolling its black high school graduates.
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