Governor Tom Wolf talking education
Asking Congress to work with him
A motivational speaker is at the Altoona School District this week teaching kids to be unstoppable.
A group of concerned parents rallied outside a local school district.
A local school board is considering some changes and Tuesday night they heard what the public thinks about them.
A new report says Pennsylvania is among the worst in the nation for Early Childhood Education.
People planning on going to college in the spring need to start looking at their financial aid options.
Six school districts are suing the state over the fairness of funding, and on of them is from our area.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education is looking for feedback on how they measure student success.
The school hopes to expand their behavioral health education programs.
The St. Benedict teacher plans to use the grant to teach her students pottery.
Pennsylvania is trying to get more students to graduate high school.
A local school specializing in hands-on learning is taking the classroom outside.
A new Department of Education report ranks the tuition at the schools as the most expensive among publicly-funded universities.
The Attorney General's office claims the principal and four teachers at a Philadelphia-area school altered test answers over a five-year span
It is the sixth time since 2008 the school has received the award from U.S. News & World Report.
Five schools in Pennsylvania are included on the list, including Penn State.
More than 80,000 of this year's applications are for undergraduate programs.
The extra presence was paid for by a state grant.
The bill would give schools more flexibility in how they make up missed instructional time.
A report of findings will be issued after all the meetings are complete.
Local high-schoolers could have new graduation requirements.
Technology changing the way students learn.
A local school was near the top of list for having the most students arrested, but it is not necessarily a bad thing.
An Altoona crowd got to see some “trick hoops and alley oops.”
With all the unease and money concerns many are worried how they'll pay for their children's education.
If you wanted to see what they state thought of your kid's school, you'll have to wait a few more days.
Schools rally in Harrisburg for more funding.
Representative Mike Fleck held a town hall meeting about issues facing educators.
Altoona Elementary Schools have been opening their doors this afternoon so parents could check them out.
Pennsylvania is trying to get money to help them race to the top.
It was Move-In Day at Mount Aloysius College.
It's a special day for families across our region because many colleges and universities are starting to move in their freshman.
A new report says Pennsylvania is one of the worst states in the country when it comes to student debt.
A State-Owned university announced some major cutbacks.
A state owned university announced some major cutbacks to programs their offering.
Parents try to stop their children from being sent to another school.
School is about to start up again and some students just found out they'll be going somewhere different.
A Pennsylvania school district says they’re broke.
Some potentially good news for students heading back to school
There's a new top educator for the state school system.
Changes are coming for people looking to go back for a high school diploma.
The Department of Education released the eligibility guidelines for free and reduced lunch.
Families can receive individual guidance from financial aid experts