Schwartz: ‘A risk we cannot afford’
Philly public school teachers need to suck it up
Issues of race, which always simmer right below the surface in America, have boiled over twice in the long days of this hot and humid summer.
If Forrest Gump were observing the latest mess involving Philadelphia public schools, he might sum it up this way: “Life is just a box of erasers.”
Gov. Corbett tries to pull a fast one on seniors
Two state House members were quick to issue statements on Sunday night criticizing Pennsylvania’s new $28.4 billion budget for underfunding education, and especially for ignoring the needs of the cash-strapped Philadelphia school district. Here are excerpts from their statements:
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Methadone clinics are bad news
School district has money for big salaries
Teachers, parents and students took their cause to Harrisburg on Tuesday, to try to talk sense to state lawmakers and rally support for increased funding of public schools across Pennsylvania.