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Harrisburg School District administrators are looking for ways to reduce incidents of violence among students

“Collectively, everyone in this room has to be part of the equation.”

By Gabriela Martínez

Pennsylvania’s lowest funded school districts lay out their plans for millions in new funding

A few of those districts are reaping tens of millions more dollars from the state budget compared to last year
By Sam Dunklau

WITF Distributes Over 3,000 Free Books and Activities to Kindergarten Classrooms

Over 1,000 Harrisburg, York and Lancaster students build home libraries through EITC program
By Staff

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WITF and Harrisburg School District partner on free curriculum for students

Families without Internet Have Access to Curriculum-aligned Television Programming
By Staff

Pa. Democrats say House speaker struck failed GOP votes from the record

Speaker Mike Turzai counters that he did so because of a routine parliamentary issue.

By Katie Meyer

Harrisburg School District to start 2020 with new acting superintendent

Chris Celmer joined as assistant acting superintendent. He was promoted to the top job this week.

By Rachel McDevitt

‘We don’t believe in punishment’: Student-led youth court could come to Harrisburg school

The idea is that by following through with the plan laid out by the jury, the student would ideally come to understand the gravity of his actions.
By Sean Sauro/PennLive

State’s top auditor says voucher program would devastate Harrisburg School District

Pennsylvania’s elected fiscal watchdog is warning a proposal in the state capitol could wreck a midstate school district’s already-precarious finances.

By Rachel McDevitt