Pennsylvania State Education Association Encouraging Teachers To Remain Vigilant And Safe During ReopeningsWith schools reopening, the PSEA is warning its members to stay safe and vigilant so that they remain in school.
Woodland Hills Teachers, Staff Members Protest Proposed LayoffsTeachers and staff in the Woodland Hills School District held a protest early Tuesday morning over proposed layoffs.
Governor's Office Asks Forbes Road Career & Tech Center Teachers To Delay StrikeThe Pennsylvania Governor's Office has asked the teachers at the Forbes Road Career and Technology Center in Monroeville to delay their plan to walk off the job.
Multiple Pittsburgh-Area Districts Starting School Year Without Teachers ContractsThe Pennsylvania State Education Association says there are a number of districts that will begin the school year without teachers contracts.
Teaching Community Shocked After Pittsburgh Teacher’s AssaultShockwaves continue to ripple through the teaching ranks after the off-campus assault of Pittsburgh Public School teacher, Janice Watkins.
Lawmakers Eye More Changes To High School Graduation ExamsMore bills are emerging in the Pennsylvania Legislature to end or loosen a requirement that students pass the Keystone Exams to graduate high school.
President Clinton Campaigns For His Wife In Front Of Pa. State Education AssociationFollowing a win in the New York primary Tuesday, the Clinton campaign wasted little time turning their attention to Pennsylvania ahead of next week’s vote.
Beaver Co. School Board Comes Under Fire For Revoking Teachers’ Contract
Local Teachers Heartbroken Over Newtown TragedyTeachers may have been hit especially hard by what happened in Newtown, Connecticut.
Pa. Education Reform: Vouchers And VitriolGov. Tom Corbett announced his education reform package Tuesday morning, pleasing small business representatives but angering many teachers' unions and their members.
Pa. General Assembly Approves State BudgetPennsylvania's General Assembly has signed off a nearly $27.2 billion budget.