Pittsburgh educators share needs of western Pennsylvania schools with state commission

BY: - October 11, 2023

As part of a series of statewide hearings on education funding in Pennsylvania, lawmakers heard from educators in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, who told them of the needs that schools in western Pennsylvania have, including special education funding, pre-kindergarten programs, and a vital need for improvements to career and technical education (CTE) programs. “There are way […]

Six months into the school year, here’s how the Pgh. schools are managing the pandemic | Analysis

BY: - January 13, 2022

Students’ social and emotional needs, chronic absenteeism, discipline issues, staffing shortages and high COVID infection rates make progress difficult.

Parents are worried public strife at Pgh Public Schools is undermining goals to grow the city

BY: - February 26, 2021

For some Lawrenceville residents, particularly young families, there is “The Lawrenceville Problem.”

In class or online: Pittsburgh parents can choose how their kids go back to school

BY: - July 9, 2020

That announcement was made Thursday by district officials as they updated their back to school plans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.