AI in Pittsburgh-area schools: How are districts handling this powerful new tool?
AI has arrived in the Pittsburgh region’s schools. How are teachers approaching it?
ADHD: what to know and where to get diagnosed in the Pittsburgh area
Need help with ADHD in the Pittsburgh area? This advice may be valuable.
Local teens are watching open-heart surgery, and some are discovering their future career
For 15 years, this unique program has allowed thousands of teens to watch open-heart surgery.
Math4Girls and KFIVE: Meet the local high schoolers offering free tutoring and learning support to younger students
Teen girls in the Pittsburgh area are finding powerful ways to help younger students with learning.
Play takes center stage in Pittsburgh through workshops, grant funding and community-wide playful learning
Pittsburgh is getting serious about playful learning. Here’s how.
Back-to-school guide: 5 great ways to get kids ready for learning this year
Take these easy steps to help your child get ready for a great school year.
15 ways to receive (or donate) essential back-to-school supplies in Pittsburgh
Need to receive free school supplies in Pittsburgh or want to donate some? Here is your guide.
Thoughts from Mo Willems on sparking Pittsburgh kids’ creativity this summer
Illustrator Mo Willems shares ideas every parent can use.
CLP’s Summer Reading Program is here! We’ve got the details.
Summer reading season is here!
How to encourage kids to use their imaginations: The magic of ‘What if?’
This easy parenting idea helps kids play by way of their incredible imaginations.
Learning Heroes shares 4 tips for parents whose children learn differently
One in five students struggle with learning and attention issues. These tips can help parents navigate.
Remake Learning Days will offer 150+ ways to help your child become career-ready. Which will you choose?
The Remake Learning Days festival offers tons of Career Ready PA events where kids learn valuable skills while having fun.
Your Earth Day reading list from CLP is here
This Earth Day reading list from CLP includes fiction and nonfiction titles.
The Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse: Where old objects meet new possibilities
The possibilities at the Center for Creative Reuse, with a bit of kinetic creativity added, are virtually endless.
Local principals were honored by the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation — check out these MVPs
Photo above courtesy of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit When COVID-19 hit, the role of principal took on a new level of importance. Schools across the country worked to maintain a […]
What is a grounding kit? Learn how to make this tool that can help with emotional regulation.
Grounding kits are a great resource to keep on hand for situations in which a person needs relief from stress, anxiety, or both.
Calling all creative teens! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is now accepting submissions for the Teen Media Awards
Photo above courtesy of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. It’s time again for the annual Teen Media Awards through the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. For creative teens across the metro region, […]
New encouragement cards are here from Fred Rogers Productions and The Mentoring Partnership
Image above courtesy of Fred Rogers Productions and The Mentoring Partnership The legacy of Fred Rogers has transformed the entire city of Pittsburgh for generations — especially for its youngest […]
How to raise a reader: 8 tips from Common Sense Media for getting kids hooked on books
Encouraging kids to read can be easy with this advice from Common Sense Media.
Check out CLP’s Black History Month reading lists and events for the whole family
Check out CLP’s Black History Month reading lists and events.