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Report: Pennsylvania Stagnating in Covering More Uninsured Children
Oct 28, 2015
Pennsylvania Drops in Latest National Rankings for Child Well-Being
Jul 21, 2015
PA Partnerships for Children Statement on Basic Education Funding Report
Jun 18, 2015
KIDS COUNT® Report Finds Many in PA Child Welfare System Not Living in Families
May 19, 2015
Child Protection Improvements Pose New Challenges for Pennsylvania's Child Welfare System
Mar 31, 2015
As Budget Season Nears, New Data Shows PA Is Shortchanging Young Learners
Feb 17, 2015
CHIP Coverage Changes Will Benefit Kids
Feb 13, 2015
PA Partnerships for Children Statement on Gov. Wolf's Medicaid Expansion Announcement
Feb 9, 2015
PA Partnerships for Children Statement on Insurance Enrollment Extension
Feb 5, 2015
PA Partnerships for Children Honors Sen. Browne for Dedication to Children's Issues
Jan 28, 2015
More Than 144,000 Pennsylvania Children Remain Uninsured
Sep 16, 2014
PPC Comments on Federal Action Regarding 'Healthy PA'
Aug 28, 2014
How Pennsylvania's New Budget Impacts Kids
Jul 10, 2014
New Report Notes Positive Trends in Child Welfare System, But Work Remains
Mar 4, 2014
PA Partnerships for Children Lauds Final Enactment of Stronger Academic Standards
Feb 28, 2014
New PPC Report Finds High-quality Pre-k Benefits Only 1 in 6 Young Learners
Feb 19, 2014
An Overview of Gov. Corbett's Proposed 2014-15 Budget
Feb 5, 2014
School Readiness Report Finds PA Must Pick Up Pace of Early Learning Investments
Nov 13, 2013
New KIDS COUNT Report Calls Early Learning Investments a 'National Imperative'
Nov 4, 2013
New PPC Report Finds Slow Progress in Covering Uninsured PA Children
Oct 28, 2013
Children's Advocates Urge Passage of Medicaid Expansion
Jun 27, 2013
Pennsylvania Drops to 17th in National Rankings for Children's Overall Well-Being
Jun 24, 2013
Gov. Corbett's 2013-14 Budget Begins to Make Pennsylvania's Children a Priority
Feb 5, 2013
Pennsylvania's Efforts to Better Address Child Abuse Also Must Preserve What Works to Keep Kids from Harm
Dec 12, 2012
Pennsylvania's Progress in Preparing Young Learners Shows Signs of Slowing
Nov 13, 2012
New Statewide Report Finds Troubling Gaps in Health Care for Pennsylvania's Children
Sep 12, 2012
Pennsylvania Ranks 14th in Nation for Overall Child Well-Being, But Challenges Remain
Jul 25, 2012
Pennsylvania's New Budget Has Notable Wins For Kids, But Also Missed Opportunities
Jun 30, 2012
Supreme Court Decision Provides Opportunity to Build on PA's Progress in Children's Health Care
Jun 28, 2012
Pennsylvania Children Raised by Relatives and Family Friends on the Rise, National Report Finds
May 23, 2012
Gov. Corbett's "Fostering Connections" Proposal Can Benefit Pennsylvania's Foster Youth and Taxpayers
Feb 14, 2012
Gov. Corbett's 2012-13 Budget Comes Up Short for Kids, Despite Good News for Older Foster Youth
Feb 7, 2012
Pennsylvania Needs to Make Children's Health Insurance Priority for 2012
Dec 14, 2011
Pennsylvania's Strategy on Foster Care is Working, New Statewide Report Finds
Dec 6, 2011
Better Teacher Evaluations Are Important Step Toward More Effective Teaching
Nov 3, 2011
Early Childhood Supports are Helping Pennsylvania Families in Tough Economy
Oct 4, 2011
PA Partnerships for Children Releases Statement on Budget Agreement
Jun 27, 2011
PPC Releases Statement on Senate Bill 1087
Jun 8, 2011
Full-Day K Improves Student Achievement but Heavily Reliant on State Funds
Apr 20, 2011
George L. Hoover joins PPC
Jan 4, 2011
School readiness report shows struggles for kids
Sep 29, 2010
Early Education Program Growth + Waiting Lists = Mixed Results
Oct 7, 2009
75% of future jobs in PA require education beyond high school
Jan 22, 2009
Twice as many high school dropouts unemployed & living in poverty than diploma-holding peers
Oct 23, 2008
Improved PSSA Scores Linked to Investment in Full-Day Kindergarten
Oct 1, 2008