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The Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation’s program is providing 1,200 Kindle Fire HDX tablets to 60 schools through a partnership with the AIU.
Duquesne teachers are being asked to agree to link student achievement to their raises.
The College Board announced the changes in March but today released detailed explanations and specifications, including sample questions.
The payoff for students in the Downtown university’s School of Communication is they get professional experience in a for-credit class.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
South Fayette parents told the school board tonight they want to ensure students are comfortable with reporting bullying incidents.
Teachers at the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School have voted for representation by the PSEA.
Seneca Valley School District entered into a $26,061 contract with Naviance, an online college readiness company.
Pittsburgh Public Schools students are doing better than expected, and 43 educators are getting bonuses of as much as $11,000 as a result.
The PG reached out to as many of the injured students and their families as the paper could identify in an effort to tell the story.
Baldwin-Whitehall teachers take employer to court for fair pay.
When Sam King and Alex Hribal met in the school's hallway, lives -- and a way of life -- hung in the balance.
Students across the country have filed federal complaints against their colleges for failing to prevent and respond to sexual assaults.
Penn State's Board of Trustees election could indicate the direction the PSU community wants its university to go.
Teachers at Franklin Regional High School will return to work Monday and students will follow on Tuesday and Wednesday
According to the diocese, annual salary increases average about 2 percent over the life of the contract.
The 11-year-old admitted to bringing the knives to Sunnyside PreK-8 after she fought with friends on social media over the weekend
The plaintiffs claim EDMC based recruiter salary adjustments solely on the number of new students enrolled, in violation of federal law.
Three female teachers say they started at a lower end of the pay scale than their male colleagues with the same experience.
Middle school principal Anthony Aquilio said the student was removed from the school.
If Clarion opts to proceed, its pilot program to charge all undergraduates per credit would last no more than two years.
Teaching alternatives to violence and improving their access to mental health services are among the best ideas to prevent violence.
The State System's board of governors approve tuition flexibility and a larger role in creating minors and programs.
Nevertheless, state Sen. Robert Tomlinson, R-Bucks County, said Wednesday that state Senate bill 1275 has moved discussions along.
A Commonwealth Court panel has questioned the validity of the NCAA consent decree entered into by Penn State.
Friday is the last day to bid on Penn State's intellectual property licenses through their first online auction.
Robinson officials say they may work to update zoning that will keep adult businesses out of zones that contain schools in the future.
About 60 4-year-olds will attend morning and afternoon sessions at Burkett Elementary in Robinson next school year.
The school district also has plans for a STEAM center, media centers and online textbooks.
Dan Stephens will be moving into an administrative position as a "special programs coordinator," superintendent Alan Johnson said.
Frank Brogan takes issue with those who say the system's future is shaky or uncertain.
The Pittsburgh Promise scholarship program still has to raise $76.8 million to meet its goal of $250 million.
Mark Kamlet has served nearly 14 years as provost and executive vice president at CMU.
Woodland Hills School District sponsored its first of a series of town hall meetings in local communities proposing changes for the
School board members approved a revised calendar at tonight’s school board meeting designating June 5 as the last day of the school year.
The classic diner provides us with some of our most familiar and rejuvenating comforts.
Donna Micheaux wants to move the district forward with optimism.
Boards throughout the state are looking at changing requirements in the wake of regulations approved by the state Board of Education.
City principals have wide leeway to shape language courses, field trips, books, library materials, extracurricular activities, even snacks.
Carlow detailed preparations for the school's first major construction in over a decade -- the $15.7 million University Commons project.
Carlow University today announced plans for a new Institute for Women’s Leadership and Empowerment, and a $15.7 million construction
The judge set a hearing, if one is required, for May 15 in Bellefonte, Centre County.
The statement was criticized as not credible by an alumnae group trying to preserve the single-sex college.
Most teachers' salaries will increase by about $200 each year through 2015-16 and those with greater seniority will receive bigger raises.
The system's board of governors already has granted campuses new price flexibility.
The North Hills School District is the latest to consider a one-to-one computer initiative for students.
"We're not the only ones with the answers," acting superintendent Frank Dalmas said.
The school board refuses an offer for seismic testing and tables a decision on conducting energy-saving upgrades at district facilities.
Starting with the 2014-15 school year, the high school students will follow a nine-period daily schedule instead of eight.
The school board will meet Monday to hear from the community on whether to adopt a uniform dress policy.