Pennsylvania’s Wolf Signs Anti-Cyberbullying Legislation

Education News – Jordan E. Wassell “Sticks and stones may break bones, but words may cost you a $2,500 fine. In an attempt to curb cyber-bullying, the state of Pennsylvania has made cyber-harassment of a child a third-degree misdemeanor punishable by a...

Columnist: STEM Learning Key to Economic Growth

Education World – Nicole Gorman “Economics lessons give students a jumpstart introduction to the real world. One columnist is arguing that STEM learning is a requirement for economic growth in the regions that students live in. Lisa Riggs is president of...

Early education boosts health, reduces costs

The Times-Tribunes – David Hawk “I find it very exciting that there is evidence showing quality early childhood programs can be used to prevent chronic disease, thus increasing productivity and reducing health spending. Research shows that adults who...

Invest in early education now, or expect higher costs later

Philly.com – John Wetzel “At a recent budget hearing, a state senator asked, “If you were to advise us as to an investment that we should be making in another agency, in another part of government, that would impact what you do, change the outcome of...