Wolf Administration Responds To Racism Incidents In SchoolsGov. Tom Wolf's administration released a response plan after recent incidents involving racism and religious intolerance in Pennsylvania schools.
State Launches Website To Find Early Learning ProgramsThe Pennsylvania Department of Human Services wants to make it easier for your kids to get a head start on school.
Gov. Wolf Says State Must Do More To Help SchoolsAs school districts across the state struggle to adopt budgets for the next school year without help from Harrisburg, the talk of laying off teachers, cutting programs and raising local property taxes has gotten louder.
Government Launches New Website For Student Loan BorrowersThe Department of Education has launched a new website to help people with student loans find a repayment option that best suits their needs.
Ask A Pittsburgh Expert: 5 Fun & Easy Science Projects To Do At HomeIf you're really mad about science, then a class, workshop, party or after school programs will be the perfect place for kids to investigate the wonders of science. Mad Science of Pittsburgh has a world of experience to explore experiments that are easy to understand, and by using homemade ingredients and simple directions make for a viable hands-on approach and heaps of fun along the way.
East Allegheny No Longer Able To Pay Its Teachers & StaffIt's a common refrain: school districts throughout Pennsylvania are running out of money because the legislature and Gov. Tom Wolf can't reach a budget agreement.
East Allegheny Schools Struggling As State Government Impasse Drags OnThe winds of concern are swirling around the East Allegheny School District.
Wolf To Seek Another Boost For Pre-Kindergarten ProgramsDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf says he wants a $60 million boost to state-subsidized pre-kindergarten programs in Pennsylvania next year.
Wolf: Money Isn’t There For Funding State-Related UniversitiesA push by the Republican majority in Pennsylvania's House of Representatives to free up $578 million for Penn State and other state-related universities has failed.
Burgettstown Superintendent Worries How Long Emergency Funds From State Could LastAs the state budget stalemate drags on, at least one area school district superintendent fears emergency money from the state won't last long, and school districts could end up right back in limbo.
Snapchat Post Leads To Racial Tension On IUP CampusA social media post drew strong reactions from Indiana University of Pennsylvania students and faculty, after it appeared to be targeted at African American students.
School Districts May Keep Schools Closed After Break Some Western Pennsylvania school districts say they may not reopen after the Christmas break if the state budget impasse continues.

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