As enrollment losses continue, the faculty union at the tiny liberal arts school has been told that “difficult decisions” are ahead.
Tyrannosaurus Rex and his buddies could be on the move as a new study proposes a massive shake-up of the dinosaur family tree
The date was assigned at a pre-trial conference before Westmoreland County Common Pleas Judge Christopher Feliciani.
A 26-member committee made up of foundation, government, union and community representatives received 21 applications from schools.
The Trump administration education secretary’s move was seen as handing a victory to a loan firm tied to an adviser who just quit.
Mrs. Payne Lewis, 80, of the Longwood of Oakmont neighborhood in Plum, died Friday after a lengthy battle with bone cancer.
Board President Robert Perkins said school directors don’t intend to cut programs, but they don’t have the answer to the financial problem.
Private colleges are facing the same problems as public universities in Pa. — declining population and fewer high school graduates.
Sides begin weighing the issue of whether Pittsburgh Public Schools police officers should be allowed to carry firearms.
The University of Pittsburgh plans to use its research and resources to develop community programs to inspire healthier lifestyle practices.
The internships teach skills like how to manage time, dress for work, make eye contact and provide good customer service.
The former Penn State president’s trial will shine light again on who knew what and when about Sandusky’s actions.
Classroom sinks and water fountains have been turned off, and students and staff have access to water bottles at the Springdale school.
The Pittsburgh broadcasting icon’s passionate defense of Public Broadcasting nearly 50 years ago is still relevant today.
The school board awarded the contract to another company after the district solicitor said the board had misread the specifications.
The rates were as low as 44 percent at Cheyney and as high as 88 percent at West Chester.
Pittsburgh Public Schools has announced a two-hour delay for the start of school Wednesday morning.
Shaun Rolly, 47, was found dead about 8:20 a.m. Monday at his home on Johnston Street in Crafton.
As of the end of 2016, there were 4.2 million Federal Direct Loan borrowers in default. That’s up from 3.6 million at the end of 2015.
The National Council on Teacher Quality named the city school system one of eight “Great Districts for Great Teachers.”
Pittsburgh City Council voted, 9-0, Tuesday to create an early childhood task force.
Over the past few days, a number of students at South Butler Primary School have been suffering from symptoms related to the norovirus
Ohio’s governor thinks teachers should intern to keep their licenses, but doesn’t he realize all the bad things business could teach them?
The proposed sale of for-profit career schools from Education Management Corp. to a philanthropic nonprofit is sure to come under scrutiny.
Are Pitt and Penn State, as well as Pennsylvania’s other state-related universities, siphoning students from the 14 state-owned schools?
After winning a local spelling bee, Jamari Reeves of Moon will represent Western Pennsylvania at the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Federal officials found “no non-compliant items identified during this inspection,” according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report.
Organization that oversees training will lift cap limiting the physicians to 16 consecutive hours of patient care.
The board is considering a proposal to spend nearly $900,000 to update technology in 2017-18.
Seven contracts for the project totaling $9.66 million were awarded at a special school board meeting Feb. 23.
The North Hills school board approved a tax break for the second phase of The Block Northway after receiving additional information from
Franklin Vigo pleaded guilty after a 14-year-old female student accused him of touching her buttocks in class.
A dispute over plumbing work had halted construction of the new high school until the matter was settled in court.
Within six years of Dr. Starzl’s arrival in Pittsburgh, manufacturing job losses were replaced by ones in health and education services.
The Pittsburgh school board field expanded by two challengers on the day election petitions were due.
The Boulder-based consulting firm will help the State System deal with challenges facing the its 14 state-owned universities.
The task force, announced by the State System, will work to develop a new institutional for the nation’s oldest historically black college.
Credits from Quantico, Va., would go toward Cal U’s online masters of science degree program in Legal Studies.
Franklin Vigo, 53, of Apollo pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to endangering the welfare of children, corruption of minors and other offenses.
A memorial service for Dr. Thomas Starzl has been set for what would have been his 91st birthday
The 13 films, shown Thursday at Chatham University, will focus on the people-planet connection and the many issues threatening it.
Dr. Thomas E. Starzl | 1926-2017: Dr. Starzl performed the world’s first liver transplant in Denver in 1963 before moving to Pittsburgh.
Project Lunch Tray gives youth experience of working with chefs and fresh ingredients in thinking outside the school lunch box.
The $23 million mixed-use building is expected to include a ground-floor restaurant on Forbes Avenue near the Panther Hollow Bridge.
19 attorneys general have signed onto a Supreme Court brief in support of a transgender teen who wants to use boys' bathroom.
The district said the teacher is on leave after the district received reports he viewed “inappropriate adult material” on a school computer.
By 2026, total enrollment is expected to drop from the current 4,103 students to between 3,554 to 3,899, according to a consultant’s
Incidents in which a worm was found in corn and mold was found on bread prompted a letter to parents from the superintendent.
The problem took center stage in 2013 when Medicare began penalizing hospitals whose patients who develop conditions considered preventable.
Students from the two high schools worked on such tasks as developing an app for EAFab Corp., a steel-fabricating company in Oakdale.