What Does Go Public Mean To You?

What Does Go Public Mean to You?





What You May Have Missed

Dawn Martesi - Council for the Advancement of Public Schools
13Jul
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Neil A. Armstrong Middle School teacher and student highlighted in a Verizon TV spot

Instructional coach Dawn Martesi and eighth grader Chelsie McClease of Neil A. Armstrong Middle School in Bristol Township School District were highlighted in a Verizon TV spot this spring. Armstrong,...

04Jun
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Souderton High School Choir on-air with WMMR Preston and Steve

Wow and congrats to the Souderton Area High School Advanced Choir and its director, Teresa Washam, on racking up another great accomplishment with their invitation to perform Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody...

Keystone Exams - Council for the Advancement of Public Schools
23Apr
Newsworthy

Keystone Exams aren’t the only barometer of students’ academic success, and this state Senate Bill wisely recognizes that

THE ISSUE A bipartisan bill proposed last week in the state Senate would give high school students alternative pathways to graduation other than demonstrating proficiency on Keystone Exams, LNP staff...

Dave Namey Council for the Advancement of Public Schools
16Apr
Newsworthy

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf proposes historic investment to jump start career tech ed

Veteran educator Dave Namey has taught electrical courses at the Wilkes-Barre Area Career and Technical Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, for more than 40 years. He started during the career and...

Dawn Martesi - Council for the Advancement of Public Schools
12Apr
Newsworthy

Neil A. Armstrong Middle School to be featured in new Verizon television commercial

Instructional coach Dawn Martesi and eighth-grade student Chelsie McClease were featured in the spot that will air during Monday night’s NCAA men’s basketball championship game on TBS. National...

Council for the Advancement of Public Schools - STEM 2
29Mar
Newsworthy

Area schools encouraging girls to get STEM involved

More than 800 girls from public and private schools throughout Bucks County attend the annual STEM Conference at Delaware Valley University. Don’t bring that “a woman’s place is in the kitchen”...