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Pa. bets on residency model to boost teacher prep programs

The state’s plan calls for $2 million of the state’s Title II dollars to be devoted to year-long teacher and principal residency programs.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent, Keystone Crossroads

School safety task force hones in on mental health

The most recent state budget included $60 million for school safety grants.
By Katie Meyer

Pa. funding lawsuit moves toward full trial as court dismisses latest objection

The plaintiffs believe Pennsylvania’s system for funding education has violated the state Constitution on multiple fronts.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent, Keystone Crossroads

Lawmakers divided over how to fix State System of Higher Education

An independent study lays out five possible fixes for the state system. They include consolidating schools, and organizing them under larger state-related universities, like Penn State.

By Katie Meyer

How a high school concussion inspired a tech startup

Three students invented a device to create a more comprehensive picture of athlete's brain function over the course of a season.
By Rachel McDevitt