Former ITT Tech Students Eligible For Millions In Debt Relief In Multistate SettlementRelief is on the way for former ITT Tech students harmed by abusive lending practices.
Pa. Senate Advances Expansion Of Private School Tax CreditsLegislation to substantially expand taxpayer support for private and religious schools is taking another step in Pennsylvania.
Study: More Playtime Needed In American SchoolsPlaytime is taking a backseat to improving test scores in school – much to the detriment of American students, according to new research.
W. Va. Now Accepting Applications For Free Community College ProgramApplications are now being accepted for West Virginia's free community and technical college program.
W. Va.'s Governor Signs Free Tuition Bill For Community And Technical CollegesWest Virginia residents will soon be able to go to community and technical colleges for free.
Kidsburgh: New High Schools Adopting New Trends In EducationSeveral new high schools are in the works to open in the next few years, and many of them focus on new ways of teaching.
Chartiers Valley Teacher Makes Dismissal Time Extra Special For Her StudentsOne Chartiers Valley school teacher is making dismissal time a little more fun and unique.
Student Debt: How To Get A Higher Education, Learn Marketable Job Skills Without Going Into DebtIt is no secret college gets more expensive by the year, and students graduate with a ton of student loan debt.
Gov. Wolf's First 2nd-Term Budget Address Focuses On Education, New Voting MachinesGov. Tom Wolf's new budget proposal requests hundreds of millions of dollars more for Pennsylvania's schools.
PAsmart Program To Provide Computer Science Funding To More Than 700 SchoolsHundreds of schools across Pennsylvania are receiving grants to expand their computer and technology courses.
KDKA Investigates: Is New Tax Necessary To Fund Early Childhood Education?Voters in Allegheny County will be asked on the November ballot to raise their own property taxes to fund early childhood education programs
Big Move For Big Bird: Sesame Street Moving Into ClassroomsThe Sesame Street company is taking its beloved, critically acclaimed brand of educational television into the highly profitable world of classroom curriculum.
Gov. Wolf Planning To Sign Mandated Student Civics Knowledge TestGov. Tom Wolf plans to sign a new law requiring Pennsylvania students to take a test of civics knowledge, although they don't need it to graduate.
Kidsburgh: How The Pittsburgh Region Is Remaking LearningDid you ever think about the way high school is taught? It hasn't changed in a century, while so much is changing all around us.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.