Love your principal? Nominate now for Pittsburgh Penguins MVP
The Most Valuable Principal program will honor 15 principals from schools in Allegheny County.
PE teacher Craig Shapiro’s Project FUEL life lesson promotes simple acts of philanthropy
Never miss a moment to share words of encouragement to the people you care about.
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from a Mars landing party to a maple sugar experience
The sky is definitely not the limit for things to do with kids in Pittsburgh.
Parents as Allies project working to build connections between schools and families
When schools shut down worldwide last spring, millions of parents had questions. In Pittsburgh, a telephone hotline for families lit up with calls – many from parents who had little […]
Learning Planet Festival presents local solutions to global challenges
By Melissa Rayworth In India, kids as young as 4 are beginning to learn about sustainability and climate change through play. In Nigeria, early-career teachers are being mentored to bring […]
‘I Look Like a Cardiologist’ aims to close gender and racial gaps in medicine
Photo: A breakout session from the 2020 “I Look Like a Cardiologist” program. What started as a casual conversation between Kathryn Berlacher and Diana Rodgers has blossomed into a rewarding […]
Remake Learning works toward a limitless ‘Tomorrow’ in education
Remake Learning reflects on lessons learned from the first phase of the “Tomorrow” campaign.
What should the future of learning look like? Ask the students.
Before young people can build a better world, we need to fix the way that we’re teaching them.
Kidsburgh Heroes: 2 Pittsburgh history teachers win national recognition from Yale
“I hope what the kids take out of it is that understanding history helps us understand ourselves and helps us understand the world.”
Launching new ways of learning in Pittsburgh — and all across America
“We should embrace these innovations as signals about what’s possible.”
Pittsburgh teachers use technology to help kids learn in new ways
It brings excitement to kids wherever they happen to be working.
Sponsored Content Reimagining school: Shady Side Academy reopens with in-person learning, plus remote option
With 189 acres across four campuses, Shady Side has an advantage many other schools do not – sheer space.
9 things to do with kids this week in Pittsburgh, from wild animal encounters to mystery theater
This week, kids can exercise their minds, exercise their bods and exercise their making skills.
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.”
Introducing the ‘Tomorrow Today’ report on the exciting future of education
Educators and families map out what that future might hold — without prescribing a one-size-fits-all vision for this better tomorrow.
‘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.
Check out these winners in the Carnegie Library Teen Media Awards
The awards highlight the amazing talents of young artists as well as showcase the library’s services to teens.
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.