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Pennsylvania House targets colleges’ fetal research in bill

The target of the measure is the University of Pittsburgh, which is in line to receive $155 million in the coming year.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

With accounts flush, budget talks in Pennsylvania come down to schools aid

Lawmakers are expected to approve significant sums of new money for mental health services and school security, including counseling.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

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Pennsylvania colleges want more funding to increase enrollment

Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned colleges and universities have lost a quarter of their students in the last decade, and this year the system recorded its steepest single-year loss

By Sarah Schneider/WESA

Pitt to help Ukrainian lawyers bring the war against Russia into the courtroom

“Modern warfare has moved to the courtroom, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought international law and international courts into a new era of relevance.”

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

Proposed book approval process for Central Bucks schools vague, unclear some parents say

The school board made changes to the policy in an impromptu policy committee “special meeting” on Thursday, May 19, but it still leaves many questions unanswered.

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY

Pennsylvania families will get help next month for missed school meals because of pandemic closures

Pennsylvania families should begin receiving benefits next month to make up for missed school meals related to COVID-19 closures this school year.

By Kate Giammarise/WESA

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.

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY

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