The Woodland Hills student recorded an encounter with Kevin Murray. He has been charged with a wiretap act violation for another incident.
The study found that traditional school systems are “surviving but under increased stress” due to rapid charter school growth.
Kevin Murray was allegedly recorded threatening to punch a ninth-grade student in the face in April.
Donald Trump’s candidacy raised questions about the college president’s influence, open discourse, and practicality versus principles.
New regulations explain what states must do to comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act, the law that replaced No Child Left Behind.
Agencies often hire lawyers to help them deal with open records requests.
Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a Somali-born U.S. resident, was shot and killed within minutes by a campus police officer.
A study including CMU students documents 127 selfie deaths with description of app technology to help prevent such casualties.
Penn State University moved Friday to end another costly episode triggered by the Jerry Sandusky child sex assault scandal.
The hotline is a Penn State initiative that provides free math tutoring to students in several area school districts.
A board member shared at a Nov. 15 meeting photos of white cheese with what appeared to be blue mold and a use-by date of 2011.
The payments include $170,866 in bad-faith penalties to a plumbing contractor.
The district plans $9.3 million in renovations and improvements next school year, most of which has been funded.
Students and staff learn the art of writing side by side at Heritage Elementary School in the Franklin Regional School District.
Campus leaders say the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has produced “exemplary student scholars and student leaders.”
The district says a sixth-grader was responsible for drawing a swastika in the mulch at school playground.
Kiron Skinner is founding director of the Institute for Politics and Strategy in CMU’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Executive director James Fogarty presented the organization’s 12th Annual Report to the Community on Public School Progress in Pittsburgh.
Alex Hribal is charged with slashing and stabbing 20 fellow students and a security guard at Franklin Regional High School.
District superintendent says students deserve to “feel safe and supported” and that divisive behavior will not be tolerated.
Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent Anthony Hamlet has joined the effort to have the settlement reviewed by the Supreme Court.
Parents at 11 schools in the North Hills are waiting to learn whether the diocese will move away from the traditional K-8 school model.
A judge is being asked to replace Michelle Stepnick, who resigned in September prior to a controversial vote.
100-plus college presidents, some in Pa., urge President-elect Trump to renounce violence, harassment
The letter was organized by Mariko Silver, president of Bennington College in Bennington, Vt., Inside Higher Ed said.
Ninth- and 10th-grade students celebrated Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, by honoring the Black Lives Matter movement.
South Park School Board President John Innocenti envisioned a renovated Eagle Stadium with a price tag of about $10 million.
The school board hired Erin Mazer at Monday’s meeting. She will be paid $95,000 per year.
A proposal to sell the former Westinghouse Elementary School in Wilmerding to a charter school is creating some controversy.
In 1964, Francis Dady quit school at age 17 to enlist in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.
School directors are considering changes to the high school curriculum and graduation requirements, beginning with the class of 2021.
Questions were raised about why some retired district teachers continue to receive health-care benefits despite being eligible for Medicare.
About 100 mostly college-age people gathered about 5 p.m. Thursday at the Cathedral of Learning on the Pitt campus, then began to march.
Some who teach languages say using high school "seat time" to gauge competency is inconsistent with norms elsewhere in Arts and Sciences.
Just over 2,000 students graduated between 2012 and 2015 Promise eligible but either never used the award or started school and stopped.
Contract negotiations between the district and Greensburg Salem Education Association went late into the night Tuesday.
How to fill the seat Michelle Stepnick left could go before a judge, Plum solicitor Lee Price said.
Attorneys representing Pine-Richland School District ask a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit regarding the district's restroom policy.
More U.S. colleges are trying to attract students from the Middle East, Asia and Latin America amid fears fewer are coming from China.
Foreign students at U.S. universities are trying to figure out what impact the election will have on their futures.
To raise awareness about phishing schemes, the University of Pittsburgh started launching its own.
Michelle Stepnick’s attorney wants assurances from the rest of the board that she still has a place on the board.
The Promise is now at 77 percent of its fundraising goal.
The course for school resource officers covered such topics as understanding the teen brain and working with special needs students.
The Cranberry couple outlined six points against forming the club, saying that it shows a “lack of principles and standards.”
The board hired an architect, engineer and construction manager to expand the elementary school to handle rising enrollment.
Teachers in the Greensburg Salem School District plan to strike Wednesday if an agreement isn’t reached in contract negotiations Tuesday.
Murphy is known by teachers in his district for his willingness to discuss political participation and policy issues in the classroom.
Post-election protests roil city; mayor objects to use of smoke but apologizes for remarks to commander
Police union president takes exception to Mayor Bill Peduto’s actions at scene of tense Shadyside protest near hospital.
The victim’s mother claims there is a bullying problem after a high school girl repeatedly punched her son in the school media center.
Police found “no threat to students and staff,” the district said.