A program designed to provide quality preschool to low-income Pennsylvanians is helping children in key subjects. That’s according to a recent study from the University of North Carolina.
The Allentown and Bethlehem schools lost out on a total of more than $4 million in federal COVID-19 relief money because of the way the state distributed the money.
WLVR’s Brittany Sweeney reports, a northeast PA mom is encouraging parents to break out some of the more educational toys.
School leaders voice concerns about reopening amid pandemic at state Senate Democratic Policy Committee hearing by Sarah Schneider, WESA August 4, 2020 The state Senate democratic policy committee heard a range of concerns Monday about reopening schools. WESA’s Sarah Schneider reports that the state’s two largest districts – Pittsburgh and Philadelphia – plan to teach […]
Pennsylvania’s health and education secretaries say a school hybrid model with both in-person and online learning is the safest approach for reopening K through 12 schools in the fall. WESA’s Sarah Schneider reports that new guidance was issued today.