The local office will provide efficiencies in handling cases from Western Pennsylvania, officials say.
Schell Games launches Happy Atoms, a next-generation chemistry set designed to make molecular science accessible and fun.
Some of the nation's largest for-profit college chains are suffering steep enrollment declines amid growing government scrutiny.
Gateway High School employee placed on leave for possible violation of staff/student boundary policy
Superintendent William Short said the allegations involve one student and stems from an incident inside a classroom.
Superintendent Michael Daniels says the boy was mistakenly given a cold lunch before a cashier realized the account was current.
Kenneth M. Mash, president of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, made the announcement Friday.
Clarion allows students and employees to use a preferred first name instead of their legal name on certain campus records.
The district also is exploring the idea of having students in grades K-12 wear school uniforms.
Calvin L. Troup’s father worked at Geneva, and all of his children have attended the college in Beaver Falls.
St. Mary of the Assumption School will hold a gala Oct. 1 to mark its 170th anniversary and the 50th year of its athletic association.
The school district is finalizing a $286,437 contract with Shaw Sports Turf to install the turf at the high school ballfield.
The board is expected to decide in December whether to install air conditioning in the district’s elementary and middle schools.
The program for elementary students will focus on teaching social-emotional skills to foster an environment conducive to learning.
A lawn concert Sunday in Peters will benefit the work of the P.E.O, a philanthropic organization that helps women scholars.
Pleasant Hills Middle School pupils took part in a University of Pittsburgh project by molding model frogs to obtain data on climate change.
Eugene A. DePasquale released a sweeping performance audit of the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School in Beaver County.
The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties has announced its members could go on strike no later than Oct. 30.
Robert Geletko said his mission is accomplished in Penn HIlls and will move to the Connellsville Area School District
Ken Gormley becomes the 13th chief executive to lead the Catholic institution of nearly 10,000 students.
The NIH grant of up to $14 million will allow researchers to explore the preconception effects of stress.
Negotiations broke down Wednesday between the state university system and its faculty.
APSCUF leaders say they want a three-person panel — one from each side and third decided by both parties — to end the 15-month-old battle.
The worker said she quit after she had to take a hot lunch away from an elementary student because his parents were behind in payments.
The district is working on a transgender policy.
The university will host author Moustafa Bayoumi, whose book features stories of discrimination told by young Muslims in the wake of 9/11.
A move from two buildings to one, less chaos, uniforms and better technology are being praised at the former Philip Murray elementary space.
Sexual assault the subject of Outside the Wire theatrical event, town hall at the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday
Common Pleas Senior Judge Timothy O’Reilly said creating a private, armed police force isn’t a “good idea.”
Employees from Westinghouse Electric visit the namesake high school to encourage students to pursue science and math careers.
Coaches added their voice to the question of whether their union's leaders should be authorized to call a strike in their contract dispute.
The investigation began after Skype officials contacted the National Center for Missed and Exploited Children to report a user.
Administrators say they will need the state to provide them an 11 percent or $25.3 million increase in the school's state appropriation.
The school board voted Monday by the slimmest of margins on a resolution that matches bathrooms to biology.
Members of the Mt. Lebanon Junior Women’s Club gave $20,000 in supplies to the students.
The district is looking at a spike in it’s bond payments in 2019 and refinancing these bonds will alleviate that spike.
After hearing comments, the district may make changes to its temporary measure to close its campuses to the public during school hours.
The district’s in-house custodians do much more than keep the schools clean, teachers and parents say.
The district is considering adding air conditioning to seven elementary and two middle schools.
William Maillis graduated from Penn-Trafford High School in May and is attending Community College of Allegheny County.
Anthony Anderson will be Pittsburgh’s deputy superintendent of school support and accountability with an annual salary of $158,400.
Many colleges factor scholarships into a student’s financial equation and cut the financial aid they’re eligible for — dollar for dollar.
The two new administrators spent part of their careers in the district where Superintendent Anthony Hamlet previously worked.
The actions comes a week after closing the doors at the national chain of for-profit colleges.
The study has drawn scrutiny from some observers of the state’s education funding system, who questioned aspects of its conclusions.
The school board voted 5-4 to approve a resolution that requires transgender students to use bathrooms that match their biological gender.
The school, now located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies, will be moving its classrooms to 1400 Penn Ave. starting in April.
Ninety-three percent of APSCUF members who cast ballots approved allowing its union leaders to call for a strike.
Nationwide, more and more educators are awakening to the message from medical experts that adolescents need more sleep.
The school has reported few problems as 200 Wilkinsburg students acclimate to their new surroundings and classmates.
Community college organization outlines broader effort to aid students displaced by ITT, two other for-profit schools
The commission said several of its member schools have begun reaching out and are working with state and federal regulators.