The Wolf Administration on March 30 announced new rules for schools. Including changing the number of days K-12 buildings need to shut their doors after COVID cases are found. But the updated guidelines don’t reflect what local school leaders have been asking for.

COVID-related school closures are fairly routine these days in Pennsylvania. But on March 30, state officials announced new guidelines on how they should happen for K-12 schools.

Pennsylvania education leaders have sent a letter to the Biden Administration asking the federal government to cancel standardized testing for students.

Tech Expert’s Suggestions for Online Security While Home Learning By Brittany Sweeney September 16, 2020 With so many Lehigh Valley school kids taking some or all of their classes online, cyber-security in the home is a growing concern. WLVR’s Brittany Sweeney reports on how parents can improve online safety. Tech expert Brandy Bell-Truskey says setting […]

Thousands of K-through-12 students returned to school this week across the Lehigh Valley. But as WLVR’s Tyler Pratt reports, for many it means logging on from home.


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