After receiving criticism from parents and district employees for directing school counselors to divide elementary students by the sex they were assigned at birth, and not their gender identity, for classes on puberty, Central Bucks School District has made all of those classes virtual and optional.
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Student protestors threatened, while a new policy to censor library books looms, in Central Bucks School District
After students gathered in front of the Lenape building on Thursday morning, school leaders threatened them with truancy.
A ‘meaningless’ change: Restaurant workers say Pennsylvania’s new threshold for tipped wages won’t make much difference
Even with the higher threshold, a person who makes $2.83 an hour and works 20 days out of a month may still make only about $25 a day in tips and wages before taxes.
Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia receives a $5 million ‘unrestricted’ donation from Mackenzie Scott
Montgomery, Chester, and Berks counties are taking the first steps toward bringing back passenger rail line to Philadelphia.
States and cities are dropping mask mandates, but what do you do if you’re immunocompromised?
The aim is to make it easier for those experiencing mental health issues to gain access to intervention services
Pennridge School District teachers teachers were told not to “wade into” discussions with students about the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection in Washington D.C. “due to the current polarization and strong emotions.”