(The Center Square) – The Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor General has released a positive report from its real-time audit of the Harrisburg School District.
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(The Center Square) – As national debate rages about the teaching of critical race theory in public schools, the Pennsylvania Department of Education says schools won’t incorporate the subject into classrooms any time soon, though the department is encouraging "diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts" at all districts.
"Children who learn in a high-quality pre-K program perform much better than their peers who don't," says PA Gov. Tom Wolf.
This week, an FDA official revealed those under 12 likely won't be eligible to get a vaccine until mid-winter.
The Job Training and Education Programs Grant Agreement is the result of a request made by Penn State Berks to State Senator Judy Schwank’s office, officials stated.
A new state law gives parents the ability to decide whether their children should advance to the next grade level or be held back a year, due to learning disruptions created during COVID-19.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) announced the availability of the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF), a program that will help eligible schools and libraries close the digital divide and homework gap.
“These open resources will make a real difference in the success of students, regardless of their ability to pay for the instructional resources they need.”
During its Wednesday night meeting, the Reading School Board adopted a final 2021-22 budget in the amount of $357 million.
Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) Secretary Noe Ortega visited Spring Grove Area Middle School to help food and nutrition staff package and distribute free meals to approximately 300 students and families via the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Seamless Summer Option (SSO) meal program.