Pittsburgh Public Schools
A western Pennsylvania school district has abandoned the idea of acquiring Pittsburgh’s struggling August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
Gathering in the cold, community leaders and parents called on the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers to adopt high standards of evaluation — saying lower standards hurt teachers, parents.
Pittsburgh Public Schools are running an $18 million dollar budget and could be broke in two years without dramatic cuts.
It certainly is a bright, sunny day at Sunnyside Pre-K to 8 in Stanton Heights.
Pittsburgh School Board member Mark Brentley told the conservator appointed by the courts to handle a possible sale of the August Wilson Center that at least an ad hoc committee of the board is interested in finding out what it would take to buy the facility.
The Pittsburgh Public School District is $20 million in the hole and will become bankrupt in 2016 if the situation is not addressed.
PITTSBURGH (AP) – The Heinz Endowments has given researchers $415,000 to study whether asthma rates among Pittsburgh Public Schools students are as bad as school nurses say. As many as half of the district’s 26,000 […]
Mayor Bill Peduto says he’s asking the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for more time to save a $40 million grant for Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Four years ago, amid great excitement, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded Pittsburgh Public Schools an extraordinary grant — $40 million to become a national model of improving teaching in the classroom.
With the wind chills easing a bit, most schools tried to get by with a two-hour delay Wednesday morning.
School districts throughout the region are weighing the decision whether to close, delay or open on time Wednesday morning.
Police with Pittsburgh Public Schools is investigating after a large fight reportedly broke out this morning at Perry High School.
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.
District Judge James A. Motznik is calling for an investigation into the recent shooting at Brashear High School.