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Miles Bryan is a reporter and producer based in Philadelphia. Previously he was a staff reporter at WBEZ, Chicago’s NPR station. There he covered everything from gun violence to the area’s manufacturing industry, winning PRNDI, Murrow, and AP awards in the process. Before that he was a reporter and host at Wyoming Public Radio. Miles attended Reed College, where he majored in history.

Latest by Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Temple to hold in-person classes this fall

For the last year, the university has held many of its classes online.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Pa. Dems push for school infrastructure to be priority in next federal stimulus

A coalition of Democratic legislators in Harrisburg are calling on the commonwealth to prioritize fixing crumbling school infrastructure with a substantial portion of the federal funds in the latest proposed COVID-19 stimulus package.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Philadelphia partners with children’s hospital to vaccinate educators at pop-up clinics

The effort is expected to begin by the end of February and include pop-up clinics in school buildings throughout the city.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Wolf budget gives huge boost to schools in Philly, Allentown, Reading and other cities

The governor is also calling for a $1.35 billion increase to the state’s main pot of education cash, which would prevent any districts from seeing a budget cut based on his redistribution proposal.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

Wolf pitches massive attempt to fix Pa. school funding inequities with income tax hike

The proposal would increase the state’s personal income tax from 3.07% to 4.49% in the next fiscal year. About half of the new revenue would go to schools, and the rest would help fill in big, largely pandemic-induced budget gaps.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY and Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads