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Parents whose children took the test continue to express anger that the company did not alert them to a problem earlier.
Details on new policies set to be released to faculty on Monday.
EDMC had reported a loss of $664 million in fiscal 2014, a drop driven in part by a drop in enrollment at 110 campuses around the country.
The college scholarship initiative has secured a $1 million commitment from a family.
Eight people were arrested and 24 others cited for various infractions Saturday after the celebration of WVU's football win turned ugly.
The board also OK’d the parameters of a new high school elective, and heard from residents about the proposed volunteer clearance policy.
The board accepted the resignation of James Budzilek who held the reins of the district for less than 50 weeks.
One employee was a Pittsburgh Westinghouse 6-12 principal who was rated unsatisfactory; the other was a welding teacher.
The first day for students will be Aug. 24, a week earlier than this year. The last day will be May 27.
Under the new rule, a licensed caterer must be present in order for the concession stand to open.
It is the first step in a long-range plan to upgrade all buildings and athletic facilities.
School news from around the North suburbs.
Director Saleem Ghubril will deliver the Promise’s annual report today and announce additional major gifts.
Almost two dozen people for a “PR brainstorming session” held tonight at Woodland Hills School District’s administrative office.
International Baccalaureate seniors at Pittsburgh Obama 6-12 are going to get help paying for IB exam registration fees.
The grant is from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools honored Stanley Kubit and Medio "Mike" Mercolini as part of Operation Recognition.
The developer plans to turn the building into 30 to 40 market-rate apartments.
Academic achievement and the economic makeup of school districts urged to be a factor in the state’s new basic education funding formula.
She said the furloughs are likely if a state hearing examiner’s decision ruling that it must implement its teacher contract stands.
The Appalachia Partnership Initiative will focus on boosting students’ science, technology, engineering and math skills.
Nick Trombetta's lawyers want the judge to throw out the government's charges or limit its evidence gleaned from the recordings.
The mayor’s education task force tonight bounced around ideas ranging from safety to class size in Pittsburgh Public Schools.
One Day University will hold its first program in Pittsburgh this week.
Mr. Cochran has served as vice chancellor since August 1995, and he was Pitt’s general counsel from 2004 to 2013.
Students said they were abused by Brother Stephen Baker, who worked at the school from 1992 to 2001.
Austin Babinsack, 16, was duct-taped to a goal post Oct. 5 by two teammates on the varsity soccer team.
According to the mayor’s office, the public will be able to "share their thoughts about public education in Pittsburgh" at the meeting.
The Faison principal is riding school buses to emphasize proper behavior.
The 14-year-old allegedly phoned in threats to West Liberty Elementary, South Brook Middle and Pioneer Education Center.
Federal regulations require colleges to step up efforts to report and prevent crime and help victims navigate reporting systems.
The for-profit education company has not seen profits in the last three years.
Duquesne University’s Paul-James Cukanna, associate provost for enrollment management, said test scores aren’t as important in liberal arts.
Pennsylvania would be the third state to bar teachers accused of sexual misconduct from quietly moving to another district.
Sahil Doshi’s eco-friendly battery design project converts carbon dioxide into electricity.
Perry was scheduled to play Brashear tonight while Westinghouse was supposed to play at Wheeling Central Catholic (W.Va.) Saturday.
Amber Joy Vinson had visited relatives, three of whom are Kent State administrators, in the Akron area.
Ground was broken in April 2013 for the $9.5 million, 30,000-square-foot, two-story brick-and-stone residence.
The opinion is an auditor’s judgment that financial records are appropriately presented and follow accepted accounting principles.
Dozens of Harvard Law School faculty members say the rules violate basic principles of fairness and would do more harm than good.
The bell will continue to ring at 7:20 a.m. at the high school after the board voted not to push start times later.
It is sponsoring a free class for parents and students Oct. 30.
Timothy Glasspool, named to the top spot in Plum Borough School District in January, is raising his family where he works.
Enrollment decline results in a loss of one teacher.
A proposed order says the district must implement a collective bargaining agreement.
Rex Energy plans to operate up to six gas wells on private property approximately a half-mile from the schools.
The decrease amounts to 266 students, the largest of any grade level. “We don't have an explanation,” said superintendent Linda Lane.
Homeless young adults in Allegheny County lack centralized services and transportation, a study has found.
Ron Tomalis had no contract with state government despite an adviser job that paid nearly $140,000 a year.
Study shows advances in robots that mimic a sidewinder could be used for search-and-rescue or high-risk inspections.