The Inquirer yesterday reported that the Philadelphia School Partnership awarded a grant to String Theory Schools to help it convert H.R. Edmunds Elementary School in Frankford/Northwood into a Renaissance charter school.
The quality of its schools is the first thing that families are going to look at when they decide where to live, so this is a great first step. We’ll be watching how String Theory Schools meets the challenge.
You can read the entire Inquirer story by Martha Woodall here.