Key Investments Made in Evidence-Based Home Visiting, Career and Technical Education and Pre-k Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, the only statewide non-partisan advocacy organization with a public policy agenda that spans the life of a child from birth to adulthood, released the following statement from President and CEO Kari King about the final 2019-20 state budget: […]
Preventing an Undercount in the 2020 Census Will Help Social and Economic Outcomes for Children The 30th edition of the KIDS COUNT® Data Book, released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, shows Pennsylvania ranks 17th for overall child well-being. According to the report – one of the more comprehensive national reviews of child […]
A new report shows Pennsylvania saw a decline in the uninsured rate for women of childbearing age following the state’s decision to expand Medicaid.
Pritzker Children’s Initiative awards Pa. planning grant to establish actionable prenatal-to-age-three policy agenda Pennsylvania has been announced a winner of the Pritzker Children’s Initiative (PCI) Prenatal-to-Age-Three State Grant Competition, awarding cross-sector coalitions in 11 states, including Pennsylvania, planning grants to develop and strengthen high-quality prenatal-to-age-three services. With research showing that a child’s brain develops faster […]
Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children (PPC) today released its annual State of Child Welfare report, a five-year snapshot on child well-being that this year shows increased public awareness of child abuse and neglect and positive improvements in mandated and permissive reporter requirements has helped fuel the highest recorded number of referrals in the state to date.