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.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Ringgold School District To Switch To Remote Learning For 2 WeeksRinggold School District will be switching to fully remote learning for two weeks beginning on Monday.
City Controller Releases Special Report On Pittsburgh Public Schools Device Distribution PlanCity Controller Michael Lamb's special report on Pittsburgh Public Schools device distribution plan cost more than $10 million.