9 things to do this week with kids in Pittsburgh, from chocolate chips to Nerf battles

Brace yourself: The forecast is calling for a 100-percent chance of fun.

At this pivotal moment in education, we need to balance new practices with past wisdom

At this moment of vital learning innovation, educators ask what must be kept.

Adopted from India, this Kidsburgh Hero started a foundation to support orphans in his native land

“One of our values is about envisioning a better world and taking the action to make it a reality. He’s doing that every day with this project.”

10 groups helping Pittsburgh kids celebrate Earth Day throughout April

Most events are free, so you can conserve your money while learning how to conserve Earth’s resources.

Pirates Looking For All-Star Teachers

The nomination process is open now on the Pirates’ website though April 9. Teachers from Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties are eligible, as well as […]

What if every city had a learning ecosystem?

Community-wide collaboration supports learners in Pittsburgh. This same progress can happen anywhere.

10 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from happy bugs to merry-go-round rides

Fresh air beckons with fun outdoor activities for inquisitive kids.

5 ways video games can help kids with special needs

From communication to motor skills, learning through play is a wonderful motivator for kids with challenges. 

‘Audacious’ Pittsburgh Study works to ensure all children thrive

Hope is among the myriad questions the Pittsburgh Study asks.

Don’t wait to sign kids up for summer camp

Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr is talking about summertime day camps for kids and why it’s important to get them signed up now.

9 (mostly free) things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh

The lineup of outdoor activities and events continues to grow.

Kidsburgh Hero Sasha Likhachev created Teens4Tutors to help kids during the pandemic

“Middle school-aged students look up to and admire high school-aged students, so having a mentor or tutor who is an enthusiastic learner can be inspirational for them.”

A new project aims to collect the ‘quick wins’ that are changing local schools 

The pandemic has inspired learning innovation. Remake Learning is determined to preserve that progress.

30 Pittsburgh summer camps for a super 2021 season

Class sizes tend to be smaller but camp activities remain supersized.

‘All we are asking for is change!’ How schools are taking steps toward justice-centered learning

When students believe they will be heard, they can offer up wisdom that points to the next steps.

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.

8 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from bicycle tune-ups to submarine tours

Keep kids entertained, engaged and energized with these activities.

The 50-year legend behind Pittsburgh’s own Mr. Yuk

Fifty years ago, a local doctor created the Poison Control Center and the Mr. Yuk symbol.  When Dr. Richard Moriarty was a resident at UPMC Children’s Hospital, he realized the […]

Must read for parents: Mister Rogers’ lessons for raising ‘curious, creative, caring kids’

“Fred Rogers was a learning scientist of his day.”

Pittsburgh authors share lessons from Mister Rogers in new book

“All across the Pittsburgh region, we have people who are essentially applying the Fred method.”

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