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4 juveniles shot outside Pittsburgh Westinghouse, but injuries are not life-threatening
Mt. Lebanon students propose LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination policy
Chatham University wants to train farmers on how to bring in more money
A Pennsylvania student tells U.S. Senators that more money is needed for teens’ mental health
A new solar farm will provide The University of Pittsburgh about a fifth of its electricity
How the next Pennsylvania governor could shape education?
Pennsylvania has a fraught history when it comes to funding public education.
Pennsylvania offers fewer educational opportunities to students of color, report finds
Pennsylvania students of color are far less likely to have options to attend schools with advanced placement courses, experienced teachers, and low suspension rates than white students, according to a new report.
Nearly 3,000 Allegheny County students are known to lack homes. A nonprofit says there are far more.
A small percentage of students are living on the streets, while nearly 30% are in shelters.
Pennsylvania’s largest teachers union denounces Doug Mastriano’s plan to cut education spending
Pa. Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano said during a radio interview that he would cut per-student spending by almost half if elected governor.