Robotics competition gets crowds on their feet for STEM education (via NewsWorks)


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Robotics competition gets crowds on their feet for STEM education (via NewsWorks)

The Springside Chestnut Hill Academy gym was filled with students, parents and spectators this weekend—some donning bizarre costumes and spray dyed hairdos—dancing, cheering and shouting in support of their favorite teams. It was all in the name…

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‘Spirit of Uganda’ comes to Penn Charter (via NewsWorks)


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On Wednesday night, the African youth performance troupe “Spirit of Uganda” brought its North American tour to William Penn Charter School’s Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts. Alexis Hefley, of Empower African Children, produces the show with the…

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MLK High senior serves as Philly’s ‘prison commissioner for a day’

MLK High senior serves as Philly’s ‘prison commissioner for a day’

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Tyreek Stotts, an 18-year-old senior at Martin Luther King High School in West Oak Lane, was among an estimated 20 city students who participated in the annual “PAL Day at City Hall” on Friday.     But for Stotts, a Germantown resident, his day was…

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