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Featured: New PA GI Bill to provide free college tuition to spouses, children of PA National Guard members

PNG members who commit to an additional six years of service can receive five years of higher education benefits for their spouses and children.

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Five college admissions myths

There are many myths about the college admissions process. By sorting fact from fiction, students can focus their time and energy on what matters most. Read More →

Esports takes Central PA high schools by storm

Competitive multi-player gaming — esports — has an increasingly strong presence in Central Pennsylvania. Top players will continue the sport in college -- with some even receiving scholarships. Read More →

Changes to PA’s standardized tests leave more time for lessons and alternative paths to graduation

This year, PSSA testing will be pushed back to April and also shortened by an entire week – affecting classrooms and schedules for only two weeks instead of three. Read More →

Science Fair projects – the roles of children and parents

By middle and high school, the expectations are that the students will do all of the work on their own. But what about elementary school students? Read More →

Hershey Story Museum hosts history writing contest for 5th-8th graders

The contest is open to students in grades five through eight who are enrolled in a public, private or home school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York County. Read More →

How families today are paying for college: national study

The annual report examines how families pay for college, how much they spent, and how they made their funding decisions. The average amount spent on college in 2017-18 was $26,458. Read More →

CCA unveils country’s largest educational aquaponics facility

Funded by a federal grant, the facility will provide students with hands-on learning experiences in a 6,100-square-foot, controlled-environment, agriculture center. Read More →

Is your math anxiety hurting your kids academically? New study shows an app will help.

In addition to bedtime stories, kids can benefit from some "bedtime math," especially if their parents have math anxiety, according to researchers from the University of Chicago Read More →

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Mon 10

Artifacts Speak

May 21 @ 10:00 am - October 31 @ 4:00 pm
Mon 10

Family Camp 2020

August 9 - August 13
Mon 10

Comedy Jubilee

August 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 pm
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Comedy Jubilee

August 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 pm