The Pennsylvania Department of Education has released “preliminary guidance” for reopening schools in the state.
Reporter Update: Pa. Education Dept. Releases Guidance About Reopening SchoolsThe Pennsylvania Department of Education has released “preliminary guidance” for reopening schools in the state.
Help For Students Struggling With Online LearningPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani has a look at Sylvan Learning Centers, which is helping students struggling with online learning during the pandemic.
PTL Jobs Week: Learning A TradePittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has a look at Penn Commercial and Technical School in Washington County, which can help you learn a trade.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Shuttering Quigley High SchoolThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is closing Quigley Catholic High School in Beaver County.
Oakland Catholic Graduating Seniors Given Special SurpriseGraduating seniors at Oakland Catholic High School got a special surprise today when their diploma was hand delivered to them; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Something Good: CMU Virtual GraduationPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David take a look at CMU's virtual graduation.
Pittsburgh Public School Officials Update Progress Of Online LearningKDKA's Rick Dayton has the latest from Pittsburgh Public School officials on their progression to online learning.
Something Good: Flat Teacher ProjectPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and Mikey tell us about the Flat Teacher Project!
Reporter Update: Pittsburgh Public Schools Prepping To Do Classes Online This FallKDKA's Amy Wadas has the latest on Pittsburgh Public Schools as they prepare to begin classes next fall online.
Reporter Update: CMU, Pitt Researchers Launch 'Roboventilator' ProjectResearchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh are developing a new, low-cost ventilator; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Point Park University Offering Volunteer Opportunities Through CampusPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani has a look at Point Park University's volunteer opportunities during the Coronavirus pandemic.
W.Va. Teacher Going Viral With Email PoemKDKA's Ken Rice talks to a teacher who wrote a poem that is now going viral.
W.Va. Teacher Goes Viral For Her Poem 'The First Lines Of Emails I've Received While Quarantining'Jessica Salfia teaches creative writing at a high school in West Virginia. She wrote a poem titled, “The First Lines of Emails I’ve Received While Quarantining,” which has gone viral.
Wildlife Cams Providing Plenty Of EntertainmentPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and Celina take a look at what wildlife cams have to offer educationally.
Something Good: Mt. Lebanon HS BandPittsburgh Today Live's Heather & David take a look at what's good in our neighborhood.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Hands Out Laptops As It Prepares For More Remote LearningLaptops are finally making their way into the hands of thousands and faculty and staff at Pittsburgh Public Schools; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Tech Center: Educational Programs For KidsPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood looks at some online educational resources for kids.
Heinz History Center's Virtual ToursHeinz History Center CEO Andy Masich talks about virtual tours of the facility.
CMU Moves In-Person Commencement Ceremonies OnlineCMU is canceling its in-person commencement ceremonies due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Ron's Resources For Parents & KidsPittsburgh Today Live's Ron Smiley has some educational resources for parents and kids during this Coronavirus outbreak social distancing period.
Some Schools Still Offering Lunches During Coronavirus ClosuresKDKA's Chris Hoffman reports from the city's Manchester section as some schools prepare to hand out meals to students during the social distancing period of the Coronavirus outbreak.
IUP Suspending Face-To-Face Instruction For Rest Of Semester Due To CoronavirusIndiana University of Pennsylvania will have no more face-to-face instruction during the 2020 Spring semester.
CMU Community Member In Self-QuarantineCarnegie Mellon University is warning of someone in the school community who is experiencing flu-like symptoms.
West Virginia Gov. Closes All Schools IndefinitelyWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced all schools in the state will close indefinitely amid the coronavirus outbreak