Grilled Cheese at Bier's Pub. Photo by Sally Quinn.

9 best places for grilled cheese sandwiches (the ultimate kid-friendly food!) in Pittsburgh

Hungry for grilled cheese, the ultimate kid-friendly food? Our friends at NEXT tracked down the top choices in Pittsburgh!

Moonshot Museum rendering courtesy of Astrobotic

The Moonshot Museum is coming to the North Side and it looks incredibly cool

“Because the Moonshot Museum is co-located at Astrobotic, visitors will have access to all the contributors who make space exploration happen.”

Photo of Kidsburgh Kind Kid Laurel Liprando courtesy of Ashley Liprando

Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Laurel Liprando

Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid, a preschooler who lends a hand to make life better for others!

Duquesne classroom photo courtesy of Remake Learning's Tomorrow campaign.

That sound you hear? It’s silos breaking down in Pittsburgh’s education community.

In districts around the Pittsburgh region, new collaborations are changing lives. Here’s how.

Photo of students watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" courtesy of the Fred Rogers Center.

Kindness in the Neighborhood: Educators around the world are bringing Mister Rogers’ wisdom into their daily work

Educators’ Neighborhood, an initiative at the Fred Rogers Center, helps educators around the world bring Fred Rogers’ messages into their teaching.

Family-friendly Halloween fun going on in the Pittsburgh area!

Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Cheng highlights fun Halloween activities!

Using Google Classroom

Using Google Classroom: Check out Common Sense Media’s guide to learn all about it

Are your kids using Google Classroom? Then you should know how to use it, too.

8 awesome things to do this weekend (most of them free!) with kids in Pittsburgh

We’ve gathered a list of cool ideas for weekend fun just for Pittsburgh families.

Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Jeona Parson

Kidsburgh Kind Kids are out making our community a better place each day. Tells us about the Kind Kid in your life!

Is your kid the next George Romero? Find out during this filmmaking contest.

The George Romero Foundation competition is open to local students ages 9 to 16 who want to write, film and edit their own Halloween-themed movie.

Want to connect with your kids? Make the most of family dinners.

Family dinners can give kids a safe place to share their feelings. Local experts give us advice on making the most of this opportunity.

4 ways Pittsburgh is reshaping the future of teacher professional development

What are we teaching our teachers? In the Pittsburgh region, that question has new and innovative answers.

Photo of Ella Boyers used by permission from Ella's mother Jennifer Connelly.

Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Ella Boyers

Our latest Kidsburgh Kind Kid chose to make her neighborhood a more beautiful place. Here’s how.

Photo by Maddy Baker on Unsplash

10 great local farms for pumpkin-picking, hayrides and all kinds of fall fun

Check out our list of great pumpkin-picking farms offering tons of fall fun all around the Pittsburgh region!

30 (not scary) kid-friendly events for Halloween fun in Pittsburgh

Halloween in Pittsburgh can be all about silly fun instead of creepy terror with these kid-friendly events.

Happy World Teachers’ Day to all of our region’s All-Star Teachers!

As the baseball season ends and UNESCO celebrates World Teachers’ Day, we give thanks to our region’s remarkable All-Star Teachers!

Mandatory recess? Local 7th-graders push to make it a law in Pennsylvania.

From the halls of Huston Middle School in the Burrel School District to the Pennsylvania State Capitol building in Harrisburg, a group of seventh-graders are learning their opinions and voices […]

Pennsylvania college scholarships

Public Source: Looking for PA scholarships for college? Here’s how to start your search.

The price of college has grown over the past 30 years by more than 200%. These scholarships can help.

Remake Learning Days

Remake Learning Days, Pittsburgh’s homegrown learning festival, ramped up the fun right when families needed it

Families tell RLDAA that the festival’s hands-on events lifted spirits nationwide.

New Brookings research explores the realities — and encouraging possibilities — of family-school engagement 

“It’s a real moment to transform how we do family/school engagement,” says CUE’s director. Parents “are really expecting to be more deeply engaged in their kids’ education.”