Former prosecutor finds that resume problems were “primarily the result of typos, inaccurate verbiage, and lack of clarity or precision.”
Frank Dalmas, director of pupil services, becomes substitute superintendent.
The results of an independent inquiry into the new superintendent’s resume are expected to be released today.
Duquesne University mapping expert is part of an international team that found an escape tunnel dug during the Holocaust in Lithuania.
Facing pressure from increased pension costs, the school board has raised the property tax rate for the first time since 2010.
Elizabeth Wheat, supervisor of special education/pupil personnel, will serve as acting superintendent in addition to her current job.
Some districts have adopted spending plans for the 2016-17 school year.
The 2016-17 budget of $82.6 million reflect’s the district’s deficit and includes a 1.5-mill tax increase.
The advertising and naming agreements are expected to bring in $472,000.
Steel Valley school board votes to move kindergarten students to Park and Barrett elementary schools and fifth-graders to the middle school.
Trustees on Wednesday extended president Quintin Bullock’s contract and increased his salary by about $21,000.
Supporters said they found no malice in his actions and that he deserves a chance to prove himself as the district’s top administrator.
A judge said there were factual disputes as to whether the university veered from typical practices in reviewing Susan Hascall's tenure bid.
The board of the Pittsburgh Public Schools is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. today to consider a report on Anthony Hamlet’s background.
PTI now will be known as Pittsburgh Technical College.
Pittsburgh Public Schools board president Regina Holley says the review should be completed by 6 p.m. meeting on Wednesday.
As people question Anthony Hamlet’s “educational philosophy,” academics question the severity of his alleged misstep.
The sanitation authority’s Summer Science camps prepare the next generation for the challenges of a changing environment.
After the zinc plant he worked at for 40 years closed, mechanic Randy Shawger goes back to school and ends up teaching at Rosedale Tech.
No progress is reported in contract talks, so faculty in Pennsylvania’s state universities may see strike vote in late summer.
The $13.2 million facility will be built in the Trees Field Complex along Robinson Street Extension in Oakland.
A report on Anthony Hamlet’s credentials, led by former state prosecutor Laurel Brandstetter, is likely to go to the board next week.
The federal government requires public schools to let transgender students use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.
In Pennsylvania, about 48 percent of girls have completed the three-shot HPV series, and only 26 percent of boys, according to the CDC.
Total real estate tax millage for Norwin residents in Westmoreland County will be 75.20 mills during the coming school year.
As the high school and middle schools prepare to shut down, the move to furlough was made in a special voting meeting.
Superintendent Patrick O’Toole said the biggest budget driver was the $950,000 increase in the district’s state-mandated pension costs
The school district plans to hire a total of nine armed school police officers by the start of the 2016-17 school year.
Anthony Hamlet is set to begin his duties July 1, a day after the contract for the current superintendent Linda Lane ends.
A date is set for Aug. 1, but Alex Hribal, accused of attacking his classmates in 2014, could enter a plea before then.
A wireless installation project in East Liberty and Larimer aims to let children engage in interest-driven learning.
The district’s purchasing practices also were called into question by a consultant the school board hired to evaluate spending.
Takeo Kanade, 70, is a professor of robotics and computer science and the former director of CMU’s Robotics Institute.
The donation comes on the first day of the National Week of Making.
The union said the adjuncts need more time to sift through “confusing, misleading and inaccurate” information sent by the school.
Some fear that removing Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent-to-be Anthony Hamlet would set back efforts to change district priorities.
Edward M. Stricker will rejoin the faculty of the university’s Department of Neuroscience in the fall of 2017.
The Corporate Equity and Inclusion Roundtable will hold an event Monday geared toward guiding African Americans in the workforce
The bill would change retirement benefits for future state and school workers and could save the state billions, Gov. Tom Wolf said.
Four civic organizations and another school board member dropped their support of superintendent-designee Anthony Hamlet.
No criminal charges have resulted, though police say the allegations stretched back a decade.
The Community College of Allegheny County will offer a course open to the public that will train students on how to fly drones.
Teachers union president Robin Highlands said a physics teacher and an eighth-grade reading teacher lost their jobs.
The allegations came to light in January after a report from a player’s parent to a state child abuse hotline was forwarded to police.
City schools solicitor Ira Weiss has retained Laurel Brandstetter for an inquiry into the resume of the incoming superintendent.
Great Public Schools Pittsburgh supports Pittsburgh Public Schools board’s decision about superintendent — whatever that decision is.
The consultant hired by Pittsburgh Public Schools used the majority of his contract money in the first few months of his employment.
Westminster College collected 2,555 diapers for employee’s quadruplets.
The two sides have been negotiating for 18 months; the previous pact expired in June 2015.
A judge has ordered the unsealing of records related to Pennsylvania State University's settlements with Jerry Sandusky's accusers.