News & Press Releases
National Radon Month PD Webinar
January is National Radon Month. Join Healthy Schools Pennsylvania for a one-hour webinar January 31, from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
PAEYC Announces its First Advocacy Fellowship!
Now accepting applications for an in-depth cohort designed to foster leadership skills and use recent developments in policy, research,...
Governor Pledges Ambitious Early Childhood Education Plan in 17-18 Budget
Yesterday, Governor Wolf joined U.S.
Child Care Needs Assessment Released
Earlier this year, the Women's Caucus of City Council for the City of Pittsburgh initiated a needs assessment of child care providers...
Peduto: Most Important Issue for Reducing Crime
Pittsburgh needs $20 million annually to meet a goal of enrolling every income-eligible child in high-quality preschool,...
Pittsburgh Post Gazette Endorses Increase in State Budget for PreK
Early-childhood education is so important that even retired admirals and generals are fighting for it.
City Council Members Join Education Activists in Push for Affordable Pre-K
Pittsburgh City Council members and education activists say it’s time for Pennsylvania lawmakers to prioritize affordable early...
Advocates in Pittsburgh say early education helps kids a lot, so why isn’t there more funding?
Pittsburgh city council members, pre-K educators and child care advocates gathered Monday to raise awareness and issue a...
Early Childhood Advocates Call for Universal Pre-k
A group of advocates, school board members, teachers and Pittsburgh City Council members called for affordable, high-quality, inclusive...
Reading Your Way to a Culturally Responsive Classroom
"Four-year-old Yasmin, who is Black, walks into the dramatic play area, enjoying the sound of the beads in her braids clicking to the...