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Hite will leave superintendent post after nearly 10 years at the helm of Philadelphia schools

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Summer learning begins for thousands of Philadelphia students

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A year into the pandemic, there’s good news and bad news about child care closures in Philadelphia

Philadelphia teachers will soon have more options to get vaccinated, health commissioner says

Pennsylvania wants to allow districts to delay standardized testing until fall

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Why are negotiations over reopening Philadelphia schools dragging on so long?

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Philadelphia school reopening delayed again — this time until March 1

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Tell us: As Philadelphia inches toward reopening some school buildings, what are parents and students thinking?

It may be weeks until Philadelphia teachers can get vaccine

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

Vaccines for Philadelphia teachers could be ready in two weeks

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

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

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

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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

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Philadelphia to widen eligibility for free internet access for students

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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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Brave new world: Students from immigrant families in Philadelphia give inside view on adjustment to remote learning

Immigrant students and parents have had to adjust to remote learning during the coronavirus, dealing with language barriers and technological hurdles.

Reporting on a pandemic while living through it? Student journalists and Chalkbeat Philly weigh in.

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This Philadelphia teacher asks his students for their autograph. Here’s why.

Philadelphia again delays start of in-person learning

Ahead of Philadelphia selective admissions deadline, group says applications are down

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Hite pushes forward with reopening plans despite Philadelphia teachers’ concerns

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Analysis: Just one third of elementary classrooms in Philadelphia meet minimum ventilation standards

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Philadelphia school buildings will not reopen if they don’t meet health, safety measures, Hite says

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‘I’m very worried’ — Virtual high school admissions in Philadelphia: Nothing like the real thing 

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Philadelphia teachers, district reach contract deal, avert strike

Despite virus case surge, schools should reopen for youngest students, Philadelphia health chief says

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Philadelphia continues working to give thousands of families free internet access

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