Pittsburgh kids can make history by participating in Moderna KidCOVE vaccine trial
The Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit is one of 100 study sites in the U.S. and Canada participating in the study, which seeks to enroll 7,050 children.
Pittsburgh learning hubs, built through teamwork, are here for you
Each family has different needs, so the community must be ready to respond in a wide range of ways.
Mt. Lebanon students assemble personal care kits for local families in need
Global Links’ goal is to collect 21,000 kits by the end of 2021.
PA School Counselor of the Year reinvents initiatives for Shaler kids during the pandemic
“This is where you can really make an impact, start shaping things. It’s where the magic really happens.”
Remake Learning works toward a limitless ‘Tomorrow’ in education
Remake Learning reflects on lessons learned from the first phase of the “Tomorrow” campaign.
16 tips to keep kids motivated for online learning
Helpful tips and techniques to encourage and motivate your kids during virtual lessons in what promises to be a very unusual school year.
How to help kids learn — and feel loved — during this challenging school year
The “So Now What?” webinar series wraps up with a range of great learning resources for families.
Center For Theater Arts provides much-needed outlet for Pittsburgh kids
Nothing will stop kids from dancing, singing and acting their hearts out.
Want help with family stress and anxiety? Take this mental health first-aid class.
A virtual first aid kit, the course gives users tips for identifying depression, anxiety and other mental conditions.
So Now What? webinar: How to balance tech usage in a world of digital learning
“We just want to make sure we have a good handle on our child’s mental health.”
‘So Now What?’ webinar: How to partner with your kid’s teachers
Learning Heroes gives 5 tips on how parents can be the best partner possible in their child’s school year.
Pittsburgh mom’s essential deliveries effort leads to ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’
“Ray Nell offers something that may be even more needed during times of hardship: compassion, support without judgment and a soft landing spot.”
Beyond Reopening Schools: How to grow connections between families and schools
New research asks: How might education emerge from the pandemic even stronger.
7 lessons from Pittsburgh moms with experience in online learning
Everyone’s anxiety is different, but it all revolves around the central theme of wondering, “How is this going to work?”
11 groups ready to help Pittsburgh families, from learning hubs to child care subsidies
From mentoring and tutoring to free school supplies and aid, these Pittsburgh groups are here to help.
Missed the first ‘So Now What?’ webinar? Catch it here with insight from Dr. Megan Freeman.
Dr. Freeman shares reliable, evidence-based information about COVID-19 to help parents navigate back-to-school.
Tips and tricks to manage your kid’s school-issued computer
From parental controls to consequences for misuse, here’s everything you need to know.
How to create anti-racist virtual classrooms: Strategies for teachers and families
“We need to make sure that we are creating a space where we have courageous conversations with students so they can go back and apply it themselves.”
Dr. G: How to support your kid’s mental health during back-to-school transition
Kids need to be with other kids, not just for fun, but for biological and developmental reasons.
‘Remaking Tomorrow’ report points toward a post-pandemic future built on innovation and community collaboration
Educators explore new forms of learning, assessment, support and connection for students.