Spokeswoman says the school is coping with the ongoing budget stalemate, and the governor’s plan for a 5% bump in funding is welcomed.
While touring a Clairton elementary school, the governor says the alternative to his plan would create a $1B education funding deficit.
Gov. Tom Wolf and state Sen. Jay Costa, in Harrisburg, field questions Tuesday from CCAC students and employees.
The governor’s education funding proposal draws optimism and skepticism from school leaders.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have proposed a model for better air pollution tracking around U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works.
A book found in Pitt's archives — the 1927 edition of "The Everyday Song Book" -- was thought to be the smoking gun to end the dispute.
Relying on choice and incentives, their methods are a far cry from forced busing policies once a hallmark of early desegregation efforts.
The HEA, which has been working without a contract since June 30, says it will strike on April 13 if a new agreement isn’t reached.
A 17-year-old will be charged as a juvenile stemming from his attack on student at Penn Hills High School.
The reductions, implemented Jan. 25, translate to a half of 1 percent of the university’s $275 million budget.
Calvin Troup, who graduated from the school in 1983, will become Geneva’s 20th president and take office in the spring.
A video showing the attack on Isaiah Wooding, a sophomore with cerebral palsy, is being used to identify students involved in the assault.
School real estate taxes in the district this year total 25.8 mills.
A survey by the Pennsylvania School Boards Association got responses from 195 of the 500 districts in the state.
The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is offering a new virtual classroom program to all public and private schools in the region.
School officials say the students who attacked 16-year-old Isaiah Wooding could be referred to police.
The two governing bodies plan to cooperate on meeting recreational needs.
About 800 students presented projects Saturday at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Competition.
Kirk Nesset, who taught at Allegheny College for 20 years, had a collection of 540,000 child pornographic images.
Superintendent Jerri Lynn Lippert said Thursday that the context of the workshop activity was not appropriately vetted before implemented.
The lack of such restrooms prompted a grievance from the teachers union last year.
The school district and teachers union will exchange proposals by Feb. 19, and the public can comment on them online or at district offices.
Work on the $36 million project began in spring 2014 and includes a new natatorium and auditorium, a secure entrance and other improvements.
Aaron Rea is the new principal of Osborne Elementary School, and Scott Antoline is director of finance and operations.
Propel Schools wants the court to dismiss a suit that is under appeal by the Sto-Rox School District, but the district wants it to continue.
Work on the school, which was last renovated in 1997, would be done in the summer of 2017.
The school board also approved next year’s calendar and heard about plans for new softball fields.
CCAC trustees authorized applying for a $50,000 federal grant "to support research and planning for a CCAC campus/center."
Peters police chief says everyone involved so far is a juvenile and that none of the photos appear to have been taken surreptitiously.
The district’s acting superintendent goes on sick leave and district has no immediate plans to find a replacement.
The school board hired Joseph W. Pasquerilla, the superintendent at Northgate School District, under a five-year contract.
During a Carnegie Science Center program that encouraged girls to pursue science and math, Bill Yosses whipped up healthy chocolate mousse.
Gov. Tom Wolf signs bill that will delay use of the exams until 2019.
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center in Oakland to receive an Anton 2, the first of its kind publicly available to U.S. scientists.
Carnegie Mellon University is one of 23 teams that will develop a scale-sized Hyperloop transit vehicle for a SpaceX competition in June.
The Network for Public Education released its first 50-state report card that issued grades based on six criteria.
Nick Trombetta is charged with tax conspiracy for allegedly siphoning about $1 million from the school.
The Software Engineering Institute helps businesses, academia and law enforcement prepare for attacks from within an organization.
Local programs cited for curricula and collaborations that committ to making coding accessible to students.
The incident occurred around 7:20 a.m. on Lincoln Avenue and the child was taken to the hospital.
The search firm will review applications starting March 1 and recommend a short list of candidates to the school board.
The cases were postponed so that the prosecution can have enough time to review and turn over grand jury materials to defense attorneys.
Anyone concerned about behavior involving the district’s employees or students can send an alert with a few clicks of a mouse.
Data shows that 59 percent of sixth-grade African-American students at Gateway failed the reading portion of the PSSA tests.
Contracts awarded Tuesday could enable work on the new facility to begin as early as March.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration plans to develop policy recommendations and resources for high schools and colleges.
Rep. DeLuca says his office is being deluged with phone calls from taxpayers who are afraid they will lose their homes.
Riverview High School students, who had to leave their school due to its proximity to the bridge, said the demolition was “cool” and “neat.
Will split his hours at first as principal of Wilson Elementary.
May 31 will be the last day of school in 2017, which is earlier than usual because of a planned school renovation.