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.
Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children, the only statewide 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 regarding Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 state budget proposal: “Our organization seeks results that are achievable and part of that is working […]
PA Schools Work Report: Career and Technical Education Investments Good for PA’s Economy New Statewide Report Talks about CTE’s Role in State’s Economic Development PA Schools Work (PASW), a nonpartisan statewide movement working to make sure public schools are fully and fairly funded, today released a new report, “Skilled Workers Needed: Ensuring Investments in Career […]
Analysis shows 125,000 Pennsylvania children remain without health coverage HARRISBURG (November 29, 2018) – The number of uninsured children nationwide increased by about 276,000 children last year, the first significant increase in a decade, according to a new report released by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families. An estimated 3.9 million children were […]
Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children (PPC) presented Sen. Judy Schwank (D-Berks) with its annual “Be Someone for Kids” award in recognition of her work to enact public policies that benefit the commonwealth’s children.