Collaboration to the rescue!
With yesterday’s announcement to provide Wi-Fi to 35,000 low-income student households, city leaders showed that they can leave their silos in order to forge real change
“Build Your Own Brand”
Could the key to turning around Philly schools come down to human connection? Robeson High School Principal Richard Gordon IV thinks so—and he has the outcomes to prove it
Yesterday’s Protests, Today
In 1967, thousands of students marched to protest inadequate schooling for Black Philadelphians. In this new moment of racial uprising, a group of high schoolers won the right to honor them.
Grabbing the Bullhorn
A new citywide student-run newspaper is a connection among Philly high schoolers—something missing even before the pandemic
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
How to Remake Schools
Eight questions to consider as we look to reopening schools in Philly
Three Philly Priorities to Watch in Wolf’s Budget
The governor has proposed funds for education and transportation. Philly 3.0’s engagement director on why that’s good for the city.
Citizen of the Week: Doha Ibrahim
The Lincoln High senior, one of two student reps on the School Board, wants to empower her peers to be stronger than they think they are