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There are hundreds of additional resources for those interested in education in the Pittsburgh region.
Here are just a few: A+ Schools is a community advocate for improvement in public education. Its purpose is to be a community force in advancing the highest educational achievement and character development for every public school student. A+ Schools' website offers a number of resources, including local, state and federal organizations and information on school reform, parent resources and family support.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh offers extensive listings of education providers. You can review this information by subject (art, business, etc.) or by grade level.
For information about private tutoring and supplemental instruction, go to VisitPittsburgh's Relocation Directory. Or, for a listing of after school and literacy programs, go to the United Way of Allegheny County.
For parents seeking enrichment classes for their children, Pittsburgh offers many! Whether you're interested in gym, art, music or dance—check out Pittsburgh Magazine's City Guide for more information.
A+ Schools is an independent community advocate for improvement in public education. Our purpose is to be a community force advancing the highest achievement and character development for every public school student.
Listing of education providers grouped by subject at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's website.
List of support services for families, parents and children as a resource to enhance family life, from Pittsburgh Parent magazine.
Private School Review provides free, detailed profiles of USA private day schools and their surrounding communities. The site evaluates schools relative to each other and to state-wide private school averages for several key criteria like teacher to student ratios. The site can be particularly helpful for families who are moving and need to evaluate several potential schools, or for all parents who are exploring different pre-college educational options for their child.
As the community's fundraiser, United Way of Allegheny County streamlines the process of getting dollars to agencies that are impacting critical community needs. Each year, thousands of individuals in hundreds of workplace campaigns find help or give help through United Way. United Way ensures maximum community impact and optimal donor value through high standards of organizational excellence and efficiency, expertise in identifying and addressing community needs, and rigorous review and monitoring of non-profit partners.