The historically black college in the state system faces declining enrollment and weak finances. Its supporters see decades of underfunding.
CCAC data for the high school class of 2014 showed 78 percent of students from throughout the county needed at least one remedial class.
Bankruptcy is an option, but often only a temporary fix for people facing large monthly bills.
The superintendent and members of the staff were chosen to participate in a day-long White House school discipline summit.
In 1994, Congress amended the Higher Education Act to eliminate Pell Grant eligibility for inmates in federal and state prison.
At their meeting Monday, the Steel Valley School District approved new restrooms that will be more accessible to students with disabilities.
This is the second time John Turchek has received the honor, which grants him $40,000 to spend at the university.
More than 160 people from all over the country and Canada gathered last week at La Roche College to learn about genealogy.
School news from Pittsburgh region’s west communities.
A panel heard hours of testimony raising concerns about testing requirements.
Alan Lesgold worked to increase collaborations between the school and Pitt’s Learning Research and Development Center.
A songbook found at Pitt shows that “Happy Birthday” isn’t copyrighted, lawyers say, calling it the “smoking gun” in a long legal dispute.
The Latino Family Center triples its size in its new Hazelwood home and hopes to serve more families as the Latino population grows.
WVU is among 17 teams selected to travel to Irvine, Calif., for the Solar Decathalon competition Oct. 8 to 18.
Police say Joseph Ruggieri, 40, of Plum, ignored a court order to not contact his alleged victim not once but twice.
"I wasted a lot of time and money for my stupid decision," Biyuan Li, 25, told U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti.
Biyuan Li, 25, was among 15 Chinese nationals charged in U.S. and China with scheming to have impostors take college and grad school exams.
The squad, featuring robots less than 6 inches high, beat a team from Iran in the finals and didn’t allow a single goal in the tournament.
The school’s SEI is the only federally funded research/development center dedicated to cybersecurity and software engineering.
The South Side-based adaptive learning and analytics software company received a $9.75 million Series A round of funding.
Margie Winters says she kept a low profile about her marriage until someone complained.
Cameron Tonkinwise moved to Brooklyn from Australia. In 2012, his teaching career in the field of design brought him to Pittsburgh.
Pitt School of Law dean William M. Carter Jr. today appointed Kevin Abbott to lead the new Energy Law and Policy Institute.
The district will install two bathrooms so that special needs children and adults can use a washroom without going upstairs.
The Promise has reduced the maximum total scholarship to $30,000, with an annual maximum of $7,500, beginning with the Class of 2017.
The summer camp, called InfoLink 100, is part of an effort to cultivate computer skills in African-American students, ages 14 to 18.
Hartman taught science at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh from 1986 to 1997, when he was abruptly removed by the Marianists.
A one-week camp, free for Montour students in grades 3-12, offered programs in robotics, graphic design, Lego architecture and more.
The school board is looking into generating enough electricity from district rooftops to provide about 70 percent of its energy needs.
Demolitions and rebuilding alike are underway at Mt. Lebanon High School, where renovations begun in 2012 will be complete by next summer.
Raymond Gualtieri helped improve low morale, lax security, and insufficient technology while working as superintendent since 2011.
Students will return to a new entrance, refurbished restrooms, updated locker rooms, and a new kitchen.
Jackie Jaros has been named the 2015 Warren E. Shull National Middle Level Advisor of the Year.
School news from the Pittsburgh region’s west communities.
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Carlow University will host about 60 student leaders next month for a camp aimed at developing “student envoys.”
Lon Valentine, president of the PA Cyber Education Association, said the 140 online instructors approved the deal earlier this month.
The Anti-Defamation League calls the comments "deeply offensive and outrageous.“
The fire began at the Brottier Hall dormitory on Forbes Avenue shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday.
Students at Pittsburgh King PreK-8 on the North Side will begin following a uniform dress policy this fall.
While no agreement has been reached talks are continuing and appear to be serious.
A judge disagreed with Nick Trombetta, accused of taking about $1 million, that evidence violated attorney-client privilege.
Nationwide, there are only 20 such districts, including the four -- McKeesport Area, East Allegheny, Penn Hills and Philadelphia -- in Pa.
Superintendent Curt Baker said Moon Area would be the first district in the Pittsburgh area to have such a system.
Enrollment has declined from a peak of 11,500 in 2013 to about 10,000, according to the school.
A new organization focused on support for LGBTQ students will continue work of GLSEN's Pittsburgh chapter.
The board's highest grade was a B+ in conduct; its lowest was a D+ in role clarity.
The university said Monday it will negotiate a first-ever contract with full-time faculty after a legal battle of more than 11 years.
The lab in the Lower Hill District holds weekly science camps at the Energy Innovation Center for kids to explore STEM careers.
Yuan Chang is a pathologist who specializes in cancers that are caused by viruses.