Wolf Administration Encourages Schools To 'Voluntarily Enforce' Gathering LimitsThe Wolf administration is encouraging districts to "voluntarily enforce" gathering limits after a federal judge ruled the governor's pandemic restrictions unconstitutional.
Pennsylvania Leaders Meet To Discuss How Start Of School Year Will ProceedWith classes starting again at local schools, state leaders convened one more time.
Pennsylvania Students Required To Wear Masks At All TimesThe Pennsylvania Department of Education and Department of Health are requiring students to wear masks at all times while in school.
Pa. Education, Health Depts. Give Schools Guidance For Handling Coronavirus OutbreaksPennsylvania state government agencies are providing school leaders with advice about how to respond when students or employees with confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been on school property.
Wolf Administration Recommends Postponing High School Sports And Recreational Youth Sports Until 2021The Wolf administration is recommending that school and recreational youth sports be postponed until 2021.
Educators Looking To Pa. Lawmakers For Protection From Potential Lawsuits If Schools Have Coronavirus OutbreaksPennsylvania lawmakers are continuing to work on what they can do to help schools reopen safely.
Wolf Administration Releases Updated Guidance For Reopening SchoolsThe Wolf Administration has released updated guidance for reopening schools.
Pa. Health Dept. Reports 506 New Coronavirus Cases, 12 More Deaths StatewideThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 506 new cases of Coronavirus on Sunday and 12 additional deaths.
Education Experts Clarify Details About New Guidance For Reopening Pennsylvania SchoolsIn just a matter of days, colleges, universities and adult basic education programs across the state will begin to allow in-person instruction for both yellow and green counties.
Pa. Dept. Of Education Releases Guidance About Reopening SchoolsThe Pennsylvania Department of Education has released "preliminary guidance" for reopening schools in the state.
'No Question': Gov. Tom Wolf Says Students Will Go Back In The Fall, But School Will Look Different Weeks of work at the state Department of Education could yield guidelines as early as next week for school districts in helping them decide how to reopen schools, Wolf said Friday.
'I Would Encourage Parents To Think The Same Way': Pa. Secretary Of Education Says There Is 'Uncertainty' About Whether Schools Reopen In The FallA Pennsylvania official says the department of education is preparing for the worst come fall, and parents should do the same.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Pa. Education Dept. Cancels PSSA Testing, Keystone ExamsThe state Department of Education is canceling PSSA testing and Keystone exams for the school year amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
Pa. Department Of Education Will Continue To Serve Meals If Ordered To CloseThe Pa. Department of Education says they will continue to serve meals if they are ordered to temporarily close.
North Hills Middle School Teacher Named Pa. Department Of Education Teacher Of The YearA local middle school teacher has been named the Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year.