Saying the horror stories of Pennsylvanians who were harmed by state-provided programs and services designed to protect them, Gov. Tom Wolf is calling for change.
Like many 19 year olds, Dustin Moore is having trouble deciding on a career. He’s narrowed it down to either electrical engineering or social work, but since both jobs require a college degree, Moore put his plans on the back burner after graduating from high school last year.
When foster mother Ashley L. Shollenberger picked up her youngest son at the hospital, he was just 3 days old and suffering withdrawal symptoms.
Pennsylvania’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year won’t include any state funds to help ensure a complete count in the 2020 Census next year, despite a recommendation from a state-appointed panel that about $1 per person — more than $12 million — should be allocated.
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: […]