Volunteering is so easy, even kids can do it – and families do it best together, says The United Way of Southwestern PA
A spirited high school senior, who lost both parents, succeeds academically and personally. Her participation in a SXSWedu panel on Remake Learning exemplifies her drive.
There is a simple way to help make your baby smarter and have a more successful future.
In one day, families can access more information and assistance at the Disability Summit than they could have found by spending weeks online or making phone calls
Kids will find hours of distracting fun at the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show.
Students' 100 Days project at Quaker Valley Middle School helps students to develop skills and dispositions that can influence them to see service as a part of who they are as developing individuals.
In her new role at United Way, one goal for Tanya Baronti is to bring families and communities closer together.
What generation gap? Pittsburgh teens and seniors find connections through podcast interviews.
Pittsburgh has a plan of action for teen mental health and is on the right path to helping families. With community input, a pilot program will begin by summer 2017.
Research shows that the first few years of life play a critical role in children’s health and wellbeing. Whether you’re an expecting parent, new parent or someone who cares for young children, it can be overwhelming to figure out what it takes to raise healthy kids. Let’s Move Pittsburgh, a program of Phipps Conservatory modeled...
Pittsburgh social studies teachers are finding ways to navigate current events under the new and controversial president, teaching students to be critical and understanding of all sides.