and

Education: Five Classes To Try In Philadelphia Today

Education: Five Classes To Try In Philadelphia Today

With all the negative attention education in Philadelphia receives, the community forgets about the different opportunities laced throughout the city. While there are endless programs serving the area’s youth, there are an abundance of classes and workshops available to all ages and skill levels. From arts education to STEM concepts, Philadelphia is a hub for […]

 

Politics: To Keep Millennials In The City, Politicians Must Focus On the Schools

Politics: To Keep Millennials In The City, Politicians Must Focus On the Schools

It is no secret that Millennials are fueling Philadelphia’s recent growth. Individuals aged 20 to 34 represent more than a quarter of the city’s population. According to the Pew Research Center, growth within this age group – along with a growing immigrant population – accounts for a large portion of the population growth that Philadelphia […]

 

Olney: Football Coach Robert Tate Stresses Academics and Athletics

Olney: Football Coach Robert Tate Stresses Academics and Athletics

The North Region Warriors battled their way through the rain during a recent football practice at Ziggler Field across from Grover Washington Middle School. The gloomy weather neither stopped Head Coach Robert Tate (above) from teaching in the classroom, nor on the field. While players of a football team should progress athletically through a season, […]

 By Bradley Feldman and Khanhly Nguyen

Cedar Park: School Closings Create Concerns of Emotional Harm for Students

Cedar Park: School Closings Create Concerns of Emotional Harm for Students

One major, yet underexamined, issue in the publicly contentious process of closing schools is the psychological impact on young children. More than half of the schools that are slated to close at the end of the school year are elementary schools. This will force many children to change schools. The change could have a significant […]