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Students Designing Device to Help Trumpeter Continue to Play

The success–and sometimes failure–of the engineering design process is not a new experience for students in the Engineering Design course at Hampton High School.

Students Follow Passions in Creative and Performing Arts Schools

Despite living in a STEM-focused world, the arts are still a crucial part of education.

Socialization Opportunities Abound for Homeschooled Students

Socialization. It’s often referred to as homeschooling’s “S” word.

Shaler Art Students Creating Portraits for Children around the World

Through drawings, paintings, portraiture and more, artists use their skills to communicate ideas that are far larger than the canvases they create.

Northland Library Building All-inclusive Learning Garden

Despite the fact that it’s winter, Northland Public Library Foundation is focused on this upcoming summer as they conclude their capital campaign to build an outdoor educational space.

Tips for Parents: Budget Basics for Your College-bound Child’s Checklist

All across the country, college-bound students and their families are running through the move-in day checklist: Sheets and towels? Check. In-room refrigerator? Check. Shower caddy? Check.

Sewickley Academy’s New Events Center Builds Community, Student Confidence

Fostering a sense of community has always been important at Sewickley Academy, Pittsburgh's oldest co-educational, college preparatory, independent Pre-K through Grade 12 day school.

Financial Aid Insights from Education Experts (Or, how safe-driving, redheaded vegetarians can pay for college)

In February 2017, Forbes.com listed total student loan debt in the United States at $1.3 trillion—higher than credit card and auto loans, and second only to mortgage loans.

Prep Now to Make the Most of College Visits

Yesterday they were in kindergarten. Today, in a time lapse that rivals the speed of light, they are studying for SATs and browsing through college catalogs.

North Allegheny School District Introducing Mindfulness Program

Between staying focused on lessons, balancing classwork and extracurricular activities, and maintaining peer relationships, school can be stressful.

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