Home Education

Education

Bill Would Prohibit Food Cell Phone Use, Food or Drink for...

School bus drivers would be banned from using cell phones or consuming any food or beverages while operating a school bus or vehicle transporting...

Family Flicks Film Series expands at Central Penn College

Adrienne Thoman is pumped. She’s putting on the finishing touches on the 2019 schedule for the Family Flicks Film Series at Central Penn College....

Renewed Push to Help Students Facing Long Medical Absence From School

Senator Scott Martin (R-13) reintroduced legislation that would provide new resources to students who face an extended absence from school due to injury or...

Auditor General Releases Audits for Schools in Eleven Counties

Auditor General Eugene DePasquale announced the release of audit reports for school districts in Adams, Armstrong, Bucks, Cambria, Clarion, Delaware, McKean, Montgomery and Schuylkill...

First Lady Visits Elmwood Academy During School Breakfast Week, Highlights Commitment...

First Lady Frances Wolf joined Feeding Pennsylvania and the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank for a visit to Mechanicsburg Area School District’s Elmwood Academy as part of National School...

Governor Makes Case for Statewide Broadband to Support Education

Governor Tom Wolf visited Waynesburg Central Elementary School to highlight the need for statewide broadband access to increase educational opportunities for Pennsylvania’s students. “For Pennsylvania...

Full-Day Kindergarten Plan for PA Children

State Rep. Isabella Fitzgerald, D-Phila., introduced legislation that would implement full-day kindergarten across the state. “Educating children in a positive, structured environment enhances their development,”...

Students Encouraged to Pursue Manufacturing Careers at ‘What’s So Cool About...

Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Executive Deputy Secretary Neil Weaver encouraged students to pursue careers in manufacturing at the ‘What’s So Cool...

Senator Williams and Representative Gainey Respond to Charter Appeal Board Decision

Senator Lindsey M. Williams and Representative Ed Gainey expressed disappointment that the Corbet-appointed Charter Appeal Board overruled the Pittsburgh Public School Board’s unanimous decision...

Operation Paperback Celebrates 20 Years of Giving the Gift of Reading

On February 26, 1999, Dan Bowers of York, Pennsylvania, sent a box of 26 paperback books to his son-in-law. Rick Honeywell, an Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, had been deployed...

Recent Articles