Pittsburgh Public Schools
The new school year is bringing new frustrations for some parents in Pittsburgh city schools. Parents are concerned because their children have to walk through rough areas to get to school.
The new school year brings new changes on the lunch menu for Pittsburgh Public Schools.
It was back to class today for Pittsburgh Public Schools, but the first day of school comes after some major changes in the district including the closing of several schools.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk Pittsburgh Public School’s Superintendent Dr Linda Lane about what students and parents can expect this year.
There is new information following a KDKA Investigation into allegations of improper conduct by a Pittsburgh school district police officer. New alleged victims have reached out to KDKA Investigator Marty Griffin.
After more than 15 years on the job, Pittsburgh Public Schools has fired its police chief.
The Pittsburgh Public Schools District had been making steady improvement, but the 2012 PSSA exams showed a decline in academic performance district-wide in both math and reading.
A group based in the Hill District, made up of parents, faith leaders and others, say the Pittsburgh Public School District is not giving their children a fair chance at academic excellence.
The Pittsburgh Public Schools Board voted to furlough 280 employees. Officials say 180 of them are teachers. The furloughs were decided based on seniority and certification.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks with Pittsburgh Public Schools board member Theresa Colaizzi about changing the start time for high school.
Downtown is home to many fantastic art galleries and four times a year, those galleries open their doors for free for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
Four years later, more than a dozen success stories gather in the mayor’s conference room, representing some 400 students receiving the first wave of scholarships.
There are hundreds of schools that you can attend on a Pittsburgh Promise scholarship.
The Rivers Casino seems to do little else but rake in the cash, but according to court papers, its operators say taxes and other obligations are bleeding it dry. And now it’s leading what promises to be a deluge of commercial properties appealing their property assessment over the objections of the Pittsburgh Public Schools District.
In light of the school shooting in Chardon, Ohio, KDKA’s Brenda Waters talked to local school districts about their security measures.
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