The suit opposes a contract stipulation that lets teachers work for the union while remaining on the district's payroll.
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Abraham is the second candidate to visit Penn this month, following Former City Councilman Jim Kenney’s visit last Tuesday.
Jim Kenney is a former City Councilman.
Charles Soule writes for Marvel and DC Comics.
Philadelphia hasn’t had a Republican mayor since the early 1950s, but some of Philly politicians' stances on issues break the liberal party norms.
In the same conversation, Classical Studies Professor Ralph Rosen can span topics from Jesus to Eminem, all the while exploring one of his favorite concepts: satire.
The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at some of the more outlandish things said on twitter during the 2015 election, both by and about the candidates.
His outspoken positions in favor of LGBT equality and marijuana decriminalization have made him some early allies in the race.
On Saturday, the Philadelphia’s mayor’s race will formally welcome its newest candidate.
A new bill proposed by Representative Kevin Schreiber of York County will attempt to push same-day voter registration through the Pennsylvania state legislature.
The longtime councilman’s resignation marks the last step before Kenney officially enters the 2015 mayoral race.
State Senator Anthony Hardy Williams’s support for charter schools has made him some unusual allies.
Trujillo’s exit comes as a surprise to observers who saw the political outsider as a wild-card candidate.
College senior and community college transfer Emanuel Martinez weighs in on the new proposal.
Of the legion of Penn benefactors and gift givers, no two may be more infamous than David and Charles Koch.The famous industrialist siblings contributed more than $12.7 million to 163 colleges and universities in 2012.
Martin Seligman's "learned helplessness" studies influenced the CIA.
On Monday night, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter headlined a marquee launch event for the PCI. The event featured a performance by the a cappella group, Off the Beat, and took place in the Prince Theater of the Annenberg Center.
2007 Engineering and Wharton graduate Karthik Sridharan cofounded Kinnek, an online marketplace that matches small businesses with suppliers suited to their individual needs. The startup just received $10 million in funding.
For Penn students interested in pursuing careers in broadcast media, two local members of the nonstop news cycle offered real-world advice.