Education Archive

Employers Should Avoid Exams For Screening, Pitt Says

A Sunday editorial in the student-run University of Pittsburgh newspaper took

What’ll You Have With Pasta: Tomato, Alfredo, Or Jazz?

At about this time every year, the Owen J. Roberts Parent

West-Mont Christian Moving To 1-To-1 Computing Plan

The Christian-based academy on South Hanover Street in Pottstown announced Tuesday

18 Pottstown Area Students Earns Dean’s, Other Honors

Plenty of Pottstown area residents are making their mark in collegiate

College Leaders Make Funding Case in Harrisburg

Three community college leaders, including Montgomery County Community College President Dr.

Governor Ties Education Funding To Targeted Grants

If school districts like Pottsgrove, Pottstown and Spring-Ford hope for more

Legislative Clock Ticking On Schools’ Pension Reform

Pennsylvania lawmakers have several options to deal with school employee pension

County College Adds Life Sciences Degree To Its Arsenal

The new degree at the Pottstown and BlueBell campuses of Montgomery

Family Fest Returns March 12 To Pottstown High School

More than 30 area organizations offer community information during the annual

President’s And Dean’s List Area Scholars Announced

Students who graduated from Pottstown, Pottsgrove, and Spring-Ford Area high schools

Gov Offers Millions More For Education, But In Grants

Statewide, Gov. Corbett's budget proposes only a slight increase in basic

18 Pottstonians Made Dean’s List At Three Colleges

The vast majority announced Saturday attend Kutztown University.

Nine Area Residents Graduate Colleges At Mid-Year

The newly minted scholars are residents of Sanatoga, Pottstown and Stowe.

Talking, Coping With Teens Goal Of New Program

A series of four weekly workshops that begin Feb. 18 (Tuesdays)

College Students Make President’s, Dean’s Lists

They're grades many of us only dreamed of in college: dean's