Why do you love your library? It is a question sure to have responses that are as unique and varied as, say, the number of books in a library’s collection. It could be the class you took that finally taught you how to knit. Maybe it’s the access to books you otherwise wouldn’t be able...
“Children can be helpers and schools can be helpers, and all of us are involved in a bigger effort.”
Op-ed: Pittsburgh’s Remake Learning is doing something “no other place in America” is doing.
When it comes to language skills: "Kids are like sponges. They pick this up so quickly.”
“I find myself constantly amazed at how much our children and we change each and every day spent together.”
the Homewood-Brushton YMCA renovations include a state-of-the-art recording studio, photography and videography skills areas, large performance space, flex conference room and café.
A little empathy and small gestures of kindness and understanding can take a bit of the sting out of bullying.
“It’s so exciting to see a celebration of academics at the same level as sports.”
The minute a device goes into the hands of a student, the classroom becomes a computer lab, allowing students access to information beyond their school building.
“There’s nothing I love more than giving creatively to a kid and helping someone discover the beauty in their own work, the power of letting their feelings come out in poetry and song.”
“Every year we challenge ourselves to come up with something new. Families seem to really get a kick out of it.”
“We often have kids with special needs and mainstream kids in the same group. I have never seen inclusion work as well as it does in Art Expression.”