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Brazilian Penn State student reacts to new visa rule, faces uncertain future

International students across the country are trying to understand how new visa restrictions could impact their futures, beyond the upcoming semester.
By Alanna Elder

Erie community college gets greenlight from state Board of Education

“This is a giant step forward."
By Ed Mahon

Districts face accusations of racist posts by an educator and a board member

A Conrad Weiser School board member in Berks County was asked to resign, and a Northeastern elementary principal in York County could lose his job.

By Julia Agos

Pa. clears schools to reopen for 2020-21, hints at how classrooms may look

The state Department of Education's announcement does signal that the work of reopening schools has officially begun.
By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

Schools relieved as Pa. budget poised to avoid education cuts, for now

The prospect of a cut in five months — during the middle of the school year — is something parents, teachers, and students “shouldn’t be faced with right now."
By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads