There are now fewer preschoolers in Pennsylvania. Click here for full article. Source: ABC Channel 27, April 29, 2022.
A package of bills aimed at improving mental health services and education at public schools moved to the House floor on Monday. The bills moved out of the House Education Committee with… Read More
Governor Tom Wolf today announced that Department of Education Secretary Dr. Noe Ortega will resign his position with the commonwealth on April 29. The governor also announced his intention to name… Read More
Legislatures in Vermont, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Colorado and New York have introduced bills looking to secure universal school meals for at least one more year, with some looking to extend it… Read More
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Teen mental health already was deteriorating before the coronavirus pandemic. In the two years since, the isolation, grief and anxiety created by school closures, deaths and loss of family income… Read More
House Bill 1330 would require the Pennsylvania Department of Education to create a clearinghouse of online courses for students in grades K-12 to be accessible to public schools, nonpublic schools,… Read More
All children as young as 8 years old should be screened for anxiety, a government panel has recommended, saying that early screening is critical for connecting them to the resources… Read More
Now that the waivers are set to expire June 30, school districts are making plans to move forward, while also holding out hope that the program will be extended. Click… Read More
In their annual State of Education report, the Pennsylvania School Boards Association and Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators found that nearly 30,000 fewer students enrolled in public schools this past… Read More