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If you are a current or potential program participant, you can find your program calendar here. If not, you can also find some of our public events. We hope to see you there!

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Leaders in Learning Present Catalytic Project to Pittsburgh Public Schools Board of Education

Guest post by Shatara Washington, member of 2014-2015 Leaders in Learning cohort The Leaders in Learning 2014-2015 cohort joined forces with parents, students, and supporters of Gifted Access Pittsburgh (GAP) on Monday, July 20, 2015 to ensure that their voices were heard at the PPS (Pittsburgh Public Schools) public hearing. The public hearing occurs monthly, […]

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Support Gifted Access Pittsburgh, an initiative of the 2014-2015 Leaders in Learning cohort 

Gifted Access Pittsburgh, an initiative of the 2014-2015 Leaders in Learning cohort, seeks to improve racial equity among Gifted students in Pittsburgh Public Schools . Support this initiative by attending the Pittsburgh Board of Education Public Hearing on July 20 at 6pm. Students of color make up more than half those attending Pittsburgh Public Schools […]

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Leaders in Learning

I was pleased to read about the Leaders in Learning Program and the work around universal screening for gifted children. Educational equity is extremely important in our schools. As a former CORO board member I am always impressed with the excellent work that the Leaders in Learning program accomplishes in an effort to strengthen education […]

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Public Allies Pittsburgh 2014-2015 Celebrate at Grad-U-Action

Coro Pittsburgh is proud to announce that the 2014-2015 cohort of Public Allies successfully completed their year of service on June 25, 2015. Family, friends, program partners, and staff joined the 28 participants at the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination to celebrate their achievements at “Grad-U-Action.” The event showcased the Allies’ learning and leadership with […]

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