PA Schools Work: Career and Technical Education Vital for Post-Pandemic Economy Report Outlines How Pennsylvania Can Become a Leader in CTE Access and Funding PA Schools Work (PASW), a nonpartisan statewide movement working to ensure public schools are fully and fairly funded, and Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children today released a new report outlining steps Pennsylvania […]
Finding ways to support parents and caregivers to minimize the trauma to children is good public policy and should be a shared goal for all of us. Providing concrete support to parents and kin in much more comprehensive ways can prevent youth from entering the child welfare system and increase the likelihood of permanency when […]
Despite the strength of the pre-pandemic economy in 2019, the number of uninsured children grew at an alarming rate according to newly released data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS data released today documents the largest annual increase in the number of uninsured kids from 2018 to 2019 since the survey […]
It’s a tragic, tired fact of the pandemic by now — a largely lost year of learning that will set back millions of U.S. students, from kindergarten to college and hurt already at-risk kids the most. What about the children even younger than that?
About 67% of Pennsylvanians have responded to the 2020 census, but with just under a month to go for the data collection process, that is 3 percentage points below the 2010 response rate.