6 reasons school board elections require your attention
“If you don’t like what’s happening and you want to change things, it starts with you voting and reaching out to your neighbors to encourage them to do the same.”
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from Clowntown to Kenny Kangaroo
You won’t want to miss this week’s top picks for kid-focused escapades.
Family-friendly events going on around Pittsburgh in the month of May
Kidsburgh Ambassador Yu-Ling Behr shares family-friendly Remake Learning Days events in Pittsburgh during the month of May with Heather Abraham and David Highfield on Pittsburgh Today Live! Check out the […]
Fred Rogers Productions creates ‘Donkey Hodie,’ an ode to ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’
Fred Rogers Productions, headquartered in Pittsburgh, has developed a new show based on one of the Mister Rogers characters, “Donkey Hodie,” to debut May 3 on PBS Kids. Fred Rogers […]
22 ways kids can find their bliss at the EQT Children’s Theater Festival
There will be plenty of giggles and laughs through the exciting lineup of international theater performances.
7 practical tips for easing kids’ social media anxiety
Fear of missing out can make social media-using teens feel stressed. Here’s how you can help.
How the Fred Method from Mister Rogers can help forge the future of learning
When timeless and classic meets future-facing and innovative, all things are possible.
10 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, including magical trolls
Keep your kids active this week with these fun activities.
Brown Mamas develops Grow Mama Grow, a database of community courses taught by moms
Brown Mamas inspires mothers, teaching them life lessons.
BotsIQ awarded $498,000 grant to train Pittsburgh middle school kids in robotics and manufacturing
The program gives students hands-on learning experiences in four technical areas.
160 (mostly free) activities at Remake Learning Days spark excitement for Pittsburgh kids
The mission of Remake Learning Days is to explore creative and fun ways of learning.
Dr. G: 6 questions to ask about summer camp safety
Many kids are head over heels for summer camp and our camps are bending over backward to make it safe for kids this summer.
World Book Day kicks off a calendar of fun reading events for Pittsburgh families
World Book Day will kick off several weeks of fun and educational book-related events for kids and parents.
How global shifts in technology are shaping the future of learning
Schools and families are exploring new possibilities.
8 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from free drive-in movies to behind the screams at Kennywood
There’s so much happening for kids in Pittsburgh. Here are our top choices for the week.
Why a more diverse booklist for kids enhances reading for all races and genders
When kids are exposed to kids who are different from themselves, the experience leads to improved cognitive skills, including critical thinking and problem-solving.
Love Mister Rogers? You can buy the house where he once lived
Pittsburghers have the distinct pleasure of saying they live in Mister Rogers’ neighborhood. But few can say they live in his house.
Sponsored Content Kids diagnosed with autism find an array of support and services at The Children’s Institute
“We want parents to know that The Children’s Institute is here to help.”
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.