Fraternities at the University of Pittsburgh have no intention of becoming Delta House in the classic film Animal House.
The superintendent of Pittsburgh Public Schools released her “state of the district” report Wednesday morning.
Pittsburgh Public Schools have become ground zero in a national debate over evaluating teachers.
We’re getting deep into the season of stress and anxiety.
It wasn’t an offering of communion or a traditional service, even as the congregation sang.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz — running to replace Republican Gov. Tom Corbett — says students who get a two-year Associates Degree at community colleges should get free tuition for the remaining two years to get a Bachelor’s degree at one of Pennsylvania’s 14 state universities like California University, Indiana University, Slippery Rock or Clarion.
Mike Pintek’s high school tours have taken him around the city and today he’s in Woodland Hills!
An aide to former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she was approached by a firm helping Penn State look for a new president but she was not interested, a newspaper reported Friday.
Slippery Rock University is having an easier time dealing with financial issues compared to the other 13 State System of Higher Education schools.
A Sewickley Academy teacher is under a federal investigation, after inappropriate conduct also cost him his job.
It’s not their decision to make — but city council wants a moratorium on school closings in Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania education officials have released performance scores for nearly all of the state’s 3,200 traditional, charter, cyber and technical schools.
Twins make up 20 percent of the kindergarten class at Burchfield Elementary School in Allison Park.
The Pittsburgh Promise today announced the Grable Foundation has pledged an additional $5 million to the scholarship program, bringing its total gift to $10 million and the amount raised by the Promise to about $167.2 million.
A report card on all public schools in Pennsylvania will be issued Sept. 30, the state’s Secretary of Education announced Wednesday morning.