Are children really being brainwashed by public schooling? A history teacher clarifies.
By Patrick Donohue
Letter to the Editor: West Chester Area School District promises policy review after political survey
A student-produced survey on political affiliations of students’ parents was distributed school-wide in one West Chester high school. One reader responds.
By Paul Daniels
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
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
School board directors work for the tax-paying citizens in the District, not for the superintendent or the teacher’s union. And this May, that should be made clear.
By Beth Ann Rosica
The American Rescue Plan delivered more than $5 billion in stimulus to Pennsylvania’s 501 school districts, but senators last week urged caution when spending the “windfall.”
By Christen Smith
Children, parents and teachers are caught in the middle of the political battle, waged by the teachers unions vs. everybody else.
By Hunter Tower