On Brown anniversary, education advocates say Pennsylvania schools are still separate and unequal

Pennsylvania education activists on Monday commemorated the anniversary of the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision that outlawed segregated schools by noting that 67 years later, schools in the state are still separate and unequal. At an hour-long online rally, a coalition including the NAACP and the Urban League called on the General Assembly […]

​ Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians Who Are Uninsured That COVID-19 Vaccines Are Available At No Cost, Encourages People Who Need Health Insurance To Get Covered

Harrisburg, PA – The Wolf Administration today visited Hamilton Health Center to remind Pennsylvanians who are uninsured and need a COVID-19 vaccine that these vaccines are available at no cost regardless of whether you have health insurance. Each of the three COVID-19 vaccines are available at no out-of-pocket cost. If you have insurance, that information may […]

Homeless students, including those in Pa., slipping through the cracks during the pandemic, congressional panel told

WASHINGTON — Witnesses before a U.S. House panel this week advised lawmakers on how federal relief aid can help bridge educational gaps among children who are experiencing homeless and in foster care during the pandemic.