Pittsburgh Assistance Center for Educators and Students
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The Pittsburgh Assistance Center for Educators and Students (PACES) is an incorporated non-profit organization committed to improving Pittsburgh students’ learning environments and experiences. We provide educational programs and resources to local students, support area teachers, and help communities reconnect and build meaningful relationships with their schools. We are exempt from Federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. There is no cost to students or educators to participate in our programs.
Our mission is to enrich students, support teachers, and foster community. We believe to improve local educational opportunities and outcomes these three entities -- students, teachers, community -- must work collaboratively together and we strive to promote and assist such cooperative efforts.
There are three principles that guide our work:
PACES believes supporting teachers and improving community relations with schools is an important step towards enhancing the success rates of Pittsburgh students.
PACES asserts education is an important tool for achievement and education assumes a variety of forms based on students’ needs and goals.
PACES reasons improving educational opportunities for Pittsburgh is important for the city’s prosperity, vitality, and growth.
Former Board Member
We are pleased to announce the Susan M. Schantz Fund for Communications Education. This fund is a division of PACES and includes financial support earmarked for writing and literacy programs. Learn more about Susan M. Schantz.