Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent Anthony Hamlet resigns
As announced by Pittsburgh Public School district solicitor Ira Weiss, PPS superintendent Anthony Hamlet will resign from his position on Oct. 1. Hamlet served more than five years as the superintendent for the region’s largest public school district, and he was sworn in as PPS superintendent in July 2016.
Going into a new year, the Pittsburgh schools’ fiscal challenges are familiar | Opinion
The school district has a long way to go to address it high expenditures
Pittsburgh schools could start the year entirely online
Online learning may be the way all Pittsburgh students attend school for at least the first nine weeks of the new school year.
In Pittsburgh, advocates want cops out of schools
The message from parents and advocates is simple: Kick out the cops and replace them with counselors, psychologists and social workers.
Pittsburgh public schools press forward with remote learning plans as finances deteriorate
With just weeks remaining in the school year, the Pittsburgh school board approved the purchase of more than 7,000 Chromebooks for students.
COVID-19 in PGH: City teachers get remote education training; Classes start April 16
Some 1,700 Pittsburgh teachers started training Tuesday so they can provide remote education to the district’s 23,000 students starting on April 16.