The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers retaliates against a Democrat who dared support school choice.
By Gina Diorio
Education reform should be a bipartisan effort, but public school bureaucrats and education unions stymie progress.
By Lenny McAllister
The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers’ plan to suspend in-person schooling disproportionately harms the students who depend on it the most. We must set aside self-interest and tackle fear head-on for the sake of our kids.
By Priscilla Lo
A Bucks County special education teacher left the statewide teachers union in response to its leftward drift on vaccine mandates and racialized curriculum.
By Karin Majewski
With less than a month left for students to apply for a spot in one of Philadelphia’s 85 public charter schools, a dearth of new school openings is making a lengthy waitlist even longer.
By Rick Rickman
Christian Barnard: “Nice White Parents” podcast series highlights real public K-12 failures—but lets government off the hook
While the podcast exposes concerning racial inequalities it fails to hold accountable the major culprits behind the unfair education system.
By Christian Barnard
The 10-hour workshop will explore “a key driver in what is blocking educational integration and equity: the actions of White families.” Critics call the training, “worse than a bad joke.”
By Todd Shepherd
The Keeping Kids In School PAC has now expanded its reach and focus after Gov. Wolf’s new statewide mask mandate. Worries about a resurgence of state-level control over district operations is pushing the organization to step up.
By Todd Shepherd
Controversy mounts in Pennsylvania about what critical race theory is, where it’s being taught, and who’s paying for it. Teachers’ unions continue raising eyebrows.
By Hunter Tower
By loudly advocating against increased funding for charter schools at the state legislature, Pennsylvania’s teachers’ unions make it clear exactly how they feel about the teachers who work in charter schools.
By Conner Drigotas