Education

Funding for New Projects in Allegheny, Delaware Counties to Connect Apprentices...

Pennsylvania announced more than $650,000 in new funding that will connect apprentices with classroom training leading to good-paying jobs through Pennsylvania’s Pre-Apprentice and Apprenticeship...

Acting Physician General Visits Bryce Jordan Center to Encourage College Students...

Pennsylvania Department of Health Acting Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson visited the Bryce Jordan Center Vaccination Site in Centre County to address vaccine hesitancy...

PA Invests $1.3 Million To Help Pennsylvanians Learn Computer Skills Needed...

Labor & Industry Acting Secretary Jennifer Berrier today announced a $1.3 million investment to support local programs that provide computer skills training to help...

New Audit Urges Stronger Safeguards to Prevent Sexual Harassment and Abuse...

Auditor General Timothy DeFoor encouraged Temple University in Philadelphia to strengthen its background check procedures and resume sexual harassment prevention training for employees, based...

Plans Approved to Merge 6 Pennsylvania Universities into 2

Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education approved today plans that would restructure six universities into two combinations of three. The integrated institutions would be...

PA Launches Program To Help Schools Address Learning Loss Due To...

The Pennsylvania Department of Education launched the next phase of an initiative that helps school leaders and educators address students’ learning loss caused by...

L & I Announces New Robotics Apprenticeship Program in York County  

Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Deputy Secretary for Workforce Development Sheila Ireland highlighted the important role Gov. Tom Wolf’s Back to Work PA initiative...

Central Penn College Offering Expanded Housing Scholarships

Central Penn College is offering an Expanded Housing Scholarship starting this summer for both current and future students. Eligible students will be able to apply...

PA State System of Higher Education Freezes Tuition for Third Year

Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education is freezing basic in-state tuition for a third consecutive year, affirming its commitment to keeping public higher education...

PA Health Encourages College Students to Get Vaccine Before Semester Ends

The Departments of Health and Education encouraged all students at Pennsylvania colleges and universities to receive their COVID-19 vaccination before the semester ends. DOH...

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