Oral Arguments Begin Today In Case Brought Forth By Butler Area School District Against Gov. Tom WolfOral arguments are set to begin in a lawsuit brought forth by Butler Area School District against Gov. Tom Wolf and his COVID-19 mitigation orders.
Survey: How Is Your Kid's School Year Going Now?How are your kids adapting to all the school changes, whether it’s remote, hybrid or fully in-person?
Duquesne University Shifting Classes To Virtual Learning Ahead Of Winter StormThe incoming weather is forcing classes to go virtual today at Duquesne University.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: PPS Board Pushes In-Person Learning Back To AprilThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board has voted on a resolution about once again delaying the start date for in-person classes.
Pittsburgh Public Schools To Decide When Students Will Return To The ClassroomPittsburgh Public School leaders will decide tonight when students and teachers will return to the classroom.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Jefferson Elementary School Moves To Remote LearningAfter learning a teacher tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson Elementary School will switch to remote learning through January 27.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: Teachers Unions Challenge In-Person Education MandateTwo of West Virginia's largest teachers' unions are asking judges to slow down the governor's in-person education mandate.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Penn Hills Elementary School Moves To Remote Learning After Positive TestsPenn Hills Elementary School will switch to remote learning this week.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Indiana University Of Pennsylania Beginning Spring Semester OnlineIUP has made the decision to begin the spring semester remotely.
New Kensington-Arnold School District Teacher Raises $20k To Buy Students LaptopsWhen the New Kensington-Arnold School District moved the classroom online, there were not enough devices for each student.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Public Schools Pushes Back Return Of In-Person LearningPittsburgh Public Schools has decided to push back the return of in-person learning by two weeks.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: North Allegheny School District Parents Protest Remote LearningParents of students at the North Allegheny School District protested outside of the district's administration building, calling for a reopening of the schools.
Kidsburgh: Reducing Stress During The Holiday SeasonKDKA did a survey of almost 1,000 families asking about how the changes to school are affecting them this year, and 75% said they're feeling stress.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: 42% Of Families KDKA Surveyed Say Their Child Is Learning Less Through Online ClassesSchool has been impacted by the pandemic more than most other institutions, and it's having a big effect on families.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Burrell School District To Move To Remote Learning Following Thanksgiving BreakBurrell School District is planning to move to remote learning for two weeks following Thanksgiving break.