Education Archive

Royersford Library Hosts Traditional Egyptian Dances

Dancer and dance instructor Barbara “Habiba” Siegel will be a featured

Western Career Center Wins Student Proficiency Award

The number of its students who increased proficiency in reading, math

Employers Should Avoid Exams For Screening, Pitt Says

A Sunday editorial in the student-run University of Pittsburgh newspaper took

At Ursinus, Community Organizer Talks About His Work

Robert Gannett will discuss the fragile balance between being an insider

Governor Ties Education Funding To Targeted Grants

If school districts like Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Spring-Ford hope for more

Kimberton Waldorf School Flies With ‘Modern Millie’

The Broadway-acclaimed musical staged by the school's students runs from Thursday

Photographer, Curator Guest Speakers March 4 At Ursinus

Their conversations in the Berman Museum at Ursinus College in Collegeville

Collegeville’s Collins Hosts Web Video Health Show

"Health And Wellness," a series of 17-minute web video programs on

Ursinus’ Broadway Musical Pairs With Dinner Promotion

More than a dozen Collegeville area restaurants are offering dinner bargains

Legislative Clock Ticking On Schools’ Pension Reform

Pennsylvania lawmakers have several options to deal with school employee pension

President’s And Dean’s List Area Scholars Announced

Students who graduated from Spring-Ford Area, Pottstown and Pottsgrove high schools

Gov Offers Millions More For Education, But In Grants

Statewide, Gov. Corbett's budget proposes only a slight increase in basic

St. Pius High 2010 Grad Completes Air Force Training

He finished his studies in San Antonio TX.

New Strategy For State School Funds May Be A Lawsuit

Does the way Pennsylvania or other states distribute education funding constitute

College, Drexel Partner In STEM Degree Programs

The new agreement allows a student attending the Montgomery County Community