Pittsburgh Public Colleges superintendent discusses the way forward for the district with members of the Metropolis Council – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Superintendent of the Pittsburgh Public Schools, Dr. Anthony Hamlet said the district is exploring many ways to fill the performance gap.

Things like year-round and Saturday school classes were mentioned on Wednesday to make up for the learning loss due to the pandemic.

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Another topic was cooperation.

“I would like to see more cooperation with the sports associations and groups that already work with children,” said City Council President Theresa Kail-Smith.

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Some things Dr. Hamlet students and teachers for the fall can expect projectors and whiteboards.

Meanwhile, COVID has not been far from Councilman Bobby Wilson as cases increase.

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“We don’t yet have a plan for children under 12 who are not vaccinated,” said Wilson.

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