Pa. Departments Of Education And Transportation Working To Address Bus Driver ShortageWith students back in the classroom, Pennsylvania is still facing a school bus driver shortage.
Wolf Administration Looking For School Bus Drivers In 3-Pronged Plan To Keep Kids Learning In PersonGov. Tom Wolf's administration laid out plans Thursday aimed at addressing the problems school districts across the Commonwealth are facing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
State Officials Warn Student Loan Forgiveness Scams Are SurgingThe Wolf administration is warning about a surge in student loan forgiveness scams.
Pennsylvania To Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing Program For SchoolsPennsylvania Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam has ordered COVID-19 vaccine providers to coordinate with schools to host vaccine clinics.
Thursday Is Deadline For Parents And Guardians To Apply For Students To Repeat A GradeThursday is the last day for parents or guardians to apply for their student to repeat a grade this upcoming school year.
Deadline Approaches For Pa. Parents To Decide If Kids Should Repeat Grade Due To Pandemic Learning LossThe Pennsylvania Department of Education provided more information on the new law that allows students to repeat a grade level.
Wolf Administration Encourages College Students To Get Vaccinated Before Going HomeGov. Tom Wolf's administration is encouraging college students to get the COVID-19 vaccine before they go home for the summer.
Wolf Administration Aligns School Guidance With CDC, Requiring 3 Feet Of Social DistancingThe Wolf administration is updating recommendations for K-12 schools to match CDC guidance for social distancing and COVID-19 cases in schools.
Pennsylvania Dept. Of Education Allows Schools To Delay Standardized Testing Until FallThe Pennsylvania Department of Education announced Saturday that the state will allow schools to delay standardized testing until the fall.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Ask Biden Administration To Waive School Test MandateThe chairs of Pennsylvania’s state Senate Education Committee on Wednesday asked the Biden administration to waive this year’s requirement for school standardized testing because of the pandemic.
Wolf Administration Announces SNAP Expansion For College StudentsSome college students can now receive food assistance through SNAP.
Pennsylvania Department Of Education Looking For Sponsors For Summer Meals Nutrition ProgramThe Pennsylvania Department of Education is asking organizations to consider providing meals to kids during the summer months through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program.
$2.2B In COVID-19 Funds Going To Pennsylvania SchoolsGov. Tom Wolf is allocating $2.2 billion in federal stimulus funds to schools affected by the pandemic.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Dept. Of Education Recommends Elementary School Students Return To The ClassroomThe Pennsylvania Department of Education is updating its guidance to schools for the spring semester.
Upper St. Clair School District Awarded $17,000 Safe Schools GrantUpper St. Clair School District has been awarded a $17,000 grant to upgrade their safety equipment.