“This project allows us to keep his memory alive, show other families that there is a way to help grief through giving back and leave a meaningful legacy in our community.”
Motivating educators, providing systems of support and ensuring they can be effective requires a very deft principal who can manage a team, get them working on all cylinders and believing they can be effective with the children they have.
“Pittsburgh is this hub of technology, yet is every student in Pittsburgh really getting equal opportunity for career exposure?"
A group of students from Pine Richland High School in the “Peer to Peer” organization won the statewide Jefferson Award for public service. The Peer to Peer students accepted the award in Washington, D.C. last spring. School counselor and Peer to Peer sponsor, Leslie Straub, won the national award for “Outstanding Faculty Advisor”. The...
"We hope this will be a trustworthy space where we offer unbiased reviews, and at the end of the day, it's really up to the parent to make the final decision."
"One of the ways you can feed people is helping them learn to cook for themselves."
“I remain a technology optimist. At Google, we believe information is for everyone."
“Teens are definitely still reading hardcover and paperback books. We often have teens tell us they love the smell and feel of the books."
“We’re sending a signal to young people that we’re willing to meet them where they are.”
Maker Faire Pittsburgh might be the biggest DIY party for kids around.
Our local schools invest heavily in our kids’ futures, addressing kids' physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being.
“All parents worry about whether their child is in the right school and so many don’t even know the steps to find or apply to the right school.”
By asking the right questions of teachers, you can help your kids get the most out of new education technology.
“This region is a learning campus for kids. As long as we remain focused on kids’ futures and support them, they will fly brilliantly.”
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...