The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Saturday they recommend schools stick to implementing COVID-19 health guidelines through the end of this school year. That means students and staff members should continue to wear masks and socially distance themselves from one another, the CDC said.
Harrisburg, PA – Today, the Pennsylvania departments of Human Services (DHS) Acting Secretary Meg Snead and Education (PDE) Acting Secretary Noe Ortega announced the Wolf Administration has begun distribution of Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)Opens In A New Window federally funded benefits to the families of nearly 1 million Pennsylvania children who have attended school remotely due to the […]
This generation of women had achieved what no other had. They were part of a monumental shift in the roles women could play in American society that began in the late 1970s and continues today — “the quiet revolution,” the economist Claudia Goldin calls it. In 1955, women were one-third of the American labor force […]
Following a weekend celebrating Mother’s Day, it’s relevant to talk about policies that can benefit Pennsylvania moms and their families. Affordable access to child care. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the nation’s child care system and revealed long-standing challenges and inequities in how working parents access care. President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan makes a bold investment of nearly $40 […]
Pennsylvania approved the COVID-19 vaccine for teens on Wednesday following the CDC’s latest meeting. Here’s what you need to know.