Week 2: Jason Kelce’s Eagles Education Season

The Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman compares Philly schools to those of our on-field competitors—and celebrates a local education innovation. This week, he looks at Atlanta

By Jason Kelce

Week 1: Jason Kelce’s Eagles Education Season

Each week this season, the Super Bowl-winning center compares Philly schools to those of our on-field competitors—and celebrates a local education innovation. This week, he looks at D.C.

By Jason Kelce

Art Class

Barbara Allen founded Fresh Artists to help keep art in schools by turning student works into valuable collectibles. Now she’s helping them plan for the future

By Rebecca Sinkler

Citizens Of The Week: Philly’s Teachers

It’s the last day of public school in Philly. Let’s give teachers a hand as they embark on their much-deserved summer break

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Guest Commentary: Is School Choice the Black Choice?

Deficits impacting Black America are not closing fast enough. An education reformer argues that school choice aids the cause of equality

By Lenny McCallister

“They Can Win”

When their garden project was halted because of lead in their school, students at Furness High School embarked on a different campaign: To clean every toxic school in Philly

By Katherine Rapin

A Ticket to Self-Expression

The Dictionary Project provides students with an old-school ticket to the timeless gift of language

By Siobhan Gleason

Ideas We Should Steal: Turning Blight into Play Spaces

A New Orleans nonprofit transforms vacant land into playgrounds that teach design thinking. Could the same idea help Philly kids thrive in their own neighborhoods?

By Jessica Press