Citizen of the Week: Kelli Wyatt

The middle school teacher started a Facebook group that has connected 600 high school seniors with “adopters” to help them celebrate their graduation—and raise money for college expenses

By Courtney DuChene

16 Ways to Help Schools Now

The school year is ending soon. But the educational needs of our students, teachers and schools are greater than ever

By Jessica Press

How to Remake Schools

Eight questions to consider as we look to reopening schools in Philly

By Jessica Press

Tackling the Covid Slide

Keeping students from falling behind may be simpler than we think

By Jessica Press

The Kids Are (Mostly) Alright

Online school is ramping up this week—but as the students will tell you, it’s not the same. Here’s how some are coping with life during the pandemic

By Elizabeth Warner and Jessica Press

Get The Kids Connected Already

It’s nearly 50 days into the pandemic and thousands of school kids still aren’t able to access online learning. WURD’s midday host wonders, why can’t we be more like Detroit?

By Charles D. Ellison

An Ode To Students

Teachers at Upper Darby’s Stonehurst Elementary School sent students a heartfelt video from quarantine. Enjoy the love—and send us your tributes, too

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Guest Commentary: Let Children Learn

Comcast has stepped in to bridge America’s digital divide during the Covid-19 pandemic. A local educator urges the FCC to make all cable companies do the same so all children can learn virtually

By Zachary Wright