Education

PA Invests $1.5 Million in Early Childhood Education Professionals

The Wolf Administration is investing $1.5 million to improve the quality of early childcare education (ECE) with grants to 10 colleges and universities for...

Annual Statewide Video Competition; Local Students Can Win Up to $10,000...

State Senator Daylin Leach is encouraging middle and high school students to share their ideas about how to support agriculture in Pennsylvania as part...

PA 529 College and Career Savings Program Receives Morningstar Medal

Pennsylvania State Treasurer Joe Torsella announced that the PA 529 College and Career Savings Program Investment Plan (IP) has received, for the first time...

All-Night College Camp out to Support Homeless Veterans

The Armed Forces Association club at Central Penn College in Summerdale is sponsoring an all-night campout to highlight the issue of homelessness among military...

Human Services Secretary Highlights Tuition Waiver Program for Students in the...

Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller joined lawmakers and advocates to highlight the Fostering Independence Through Education Act, a law that provides a...

PHEAA Urges Students to Plan Wisely to Avoid Loan Debt When...

The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) is cautioning college-bound students to avoid relying on student loans to pay for postsecondary school whenever possible,...

Wolf Administration Highlights How Restore Pennsylvania Will Help Broadband Issues in...

Governor’s Office of Broadband Initiatives Acting Executive Director Sheri Collins and Department of Education Deputy Secretary for Commonwealth Libraries Glenn Miller visited Harmony Area...

Pennsylvania National Guard Members Eligible for New PA GI Bill Can...

Pennsylvania National Guard (PNG) members eligible for the new PA GI Bill, or Military Family Education Program, can now apply for the program and...

AG Shapiro Arrests 3 Dealers for Attempting to Sell Drugs to...

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced the arrests of three drug dealers for attempting to sell drugs to students in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia....

Cyber School vs Traditional School

Kids are making the choice to leave the classroom and venture into cyberspace for their education. The chicks from Chick2Chick are "chirping" about it...

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