Is Year-Round Schooling the Answer We Need?

What the most talked-about idea in the new schools plan would mean for Philadelphia

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Business for Good: KIDAS

A local software company alerts parents to potential cyberbullying while their children are playing video games like Roblox and Fortnite

By Johann Calhoun

Action Civics for the Win

At Philly’s first Civics Day, high schoolers from across the city proved what we all need to hear right now: Our future is in good hands

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Guest Commentary: Education Ideas We Should Steal — From Ourselves

For the School District of Philadelphia to improve, Superintendent Watlington need not look for new ideas. Our solutions are already here

By Debra Weiner

Making Choice Possible

Private school students supported by Children's Scholarship Fund almost all graduate from high school and go on to higher education. Can the group bring its tuition relief to all the children who need it?

By Natalie Pompilio

Temple, The People’s University?

In light of Pres. Jason Wingard’s abrupt resignation, a former college president calls for a reboot that turns Temple into a model of 21st century reform

By Elaine Maimon

Guest Commentary: Mayoral Candidates, Stop the Public Education Platitudes

Voters deserve to know how the next Mayor of Philadelphia will build the new Board of Education — and, a longtime education advocate says, how they’ll hold that board accountable

By Debra Weiner

Guest Commentary: Does Girls High Have the Solution to Masterman’s Dilemma?

A longtime education advocate argues that we already know how to achieve equity and merit for the city’s magnet schools — if we look to the historic women’s high school

By Debra Weiner