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With inauguration, some hope for early child care in Philadelphia

It may be weeks until Philadelphia teachers can get vaccine

Despite challenges, Martin Luther King’s legacy lives on at namesake school in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia to offer in-person special education testing to 600 students

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Racial, economic inequities persist in Philadelphia schools, new report says

Vaccines for Philadelphia teachers could be ready in two weeks

Philadelphia board wants to confront equity issues and old assumptions, its president says

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Philadelphia school leaders confident schools will reopen this year

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Witnessing history: Teachers and students left reeling, looking for lessons in an insurrection

Scrapping lesson plans, teachers became facilitators and sources for correcting misinformation.

Teachers could get coronavirus vaccine in February, Philadelphia health commissioner says

Mayor Kenney nominates three new members to Philadelphia school board 

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Despite nonrenewal, one Philadelphia charter school remains hopeful

‘Our kids deserve nothing less’: A few wishes for Philadelphia education in 2021

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Philadelphia schools due for more than $400 million from COVID-19 relief

‘Ordered chaos:’ Teachers and families adjust to pandemic pre-K in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia widens free internet eligibility for families with children in school

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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A Pennsylvania preschool program lifts math, language skills, study shows

Nine candidates recommended for three Philadelphia school board vacancies

Philadelphia superintendent confident some in-person school will resume this year

No snow day for Philadelphia students, despite a storm and fond wishes

Philadelphia teachers next for vaccine, after healthcare workers and nursing home residents

‘We’re speaking up for the unheard’: Dozens of students at Kensington CAPA protest screen time

Philadelphia superintendent receives ‘needs improvement’ rating in two areas

Students at Kensington CAPA might stage ‘logout’ protest, principal says

Student reps don’t want a vote on Philadelphia’s school board

‘The cutting edge of safety’: Philly area schools plan widespread coronavirus testing

Philadelphia school board unveils ‘goals and guardrails’ to focus on student achievement

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Philadelphia to widen eligibility for free internet access for students

Groups allege ‘no transparency’ from mayor in filling Philadelphia school board vacancies

Students fight for right to vote on Philadelphia’s school board

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Philly mayor, school board objected to COVID fund distribution

Philadelphia’s educators should get vaccine priority, mayor says 

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