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22Jul

Let educators, not politicians, decide what should replace Keystone Exams [editorial]

THE ISSUE In a special report released last week, Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said the commonwealth’s taxpayers are unnecessarily spending millions of dollars every year on the Keystone Exams, which have not been required since 2015, when the federal No Child Left Behind Law was replaced by the Every Student Succeeds Act. “Pennsylvania should aggressively explore using…

Why Standardized Tests Aren't Working for Teachers or Students
28Jun

Why Standardized Tests Aren’t Working for Teachers or Students

24Jun

Increasing minimum salary can help to solve the teacher shortage | Opinion

15May

National Liberty Museum honors 4 Bucks, Montco teachers

CAPS ORIGINAL CONTENT

03Mar

33rd Annual “Touch The Future” Art Show

Photos by AMP Studios

03Mar

33rd Annual “Touch the Future” Art Show Winners

Bucks Montgomery county public schools
13Jun

Region’s CTE Graduates Well-Prepared for Work, Military and Future Study

03May

Bucks and Montco Schools Rate High in US News Rankings

Advocates for Our Students

The Council for the Advancement of Public Schools (CAPS) brings key issues in Bucks and Montgomery County public schools to the forefront of community dialogue. This critical conversation concerns parents, educators and administrators, and directly affects our children’s everyday learning experiences. We encourage you to join in the discussion such as:

We have 200,000 students in 300 schools in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. CAPS (and the CAPS web site) is the one resource where everyone can stay connected to what matters most—giving our kids the best public education possible. Visit friendsofpubliced.org regularly and get involved. Because in the end, better public education builds stronger communities.

Advocates for Our Students

The Council for the Advancement of Public Schools (CAPS) brings key issues in Bucks and Montgomery County public schools to the forefront of community dialogue. This critical conversation concerns parents, educators and administrators, and directly affects our children’s everyday learning experiences. We encourage you to join in the discussion such as:

We have 200,000 students in 300 schools in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. CAPS (and the CAPS web site) is the one resource where everyone can stay connected to what matters most—giving our kids the best public education possible. Visit friendsofpubliced.org regularly and get involved. Because in the end, better public education builds stronger communities.