Posts Categorized: education
Governor Wolf Gifts Some Hope to Low-Income Families; Orders Release of EITC & OSTC Approval Letters
Helping to make Christmas this year a little brighter for children in low-income families, Governor Wolf has just ordered the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) to release the approval letters to all businesses for the Educational Improvement Tax … Read more
Would you want to tell your child they have to go to a different school next year? Not because you’re moving. Not because of their grades. All because … Read more
Governor Wolf is hurting thousands of families across Pennsylvania by blocking scholarship award approval letters for the much needed Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC).
It’s a sacrifice every year for families who choose private or Christian schooling for their children, … Read more
It’s Christmas season – which not only means Christmas lights and carols but more instances of pushback on any mention of “the reason for the season” or the celebration of Christmas – especially in public schools.
Sadly, every school district … Read more
Joy El Ministries was within weeks of having their 50-year ministry to school children completely shut down. The Pennsylvania State Police had grounded their buses that were used to pick up school kids for a free, once-a-week religious education off … Read more
Statements by a State Senator provide clear evidence that Pennsylvania Christian schools are at risk should SB 974 (the so-called “Fairness Act”) become law. At issue: What happens when a Christian school dismisses a teacher for engaging in a public … Read more
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Thousands of young people – starting as early as age 6 – are taught sex-ed by Planned Parenthood every year.¹ This education could be summed up by the following:Porn x (50… Read more
As a partner with Pennsylvania Family Institute, you’re part of influencing the next generation – a recipe for stronger families.
Our involvement directly with families is rooted in our education initiative Family Choice Scholarship Program and the life-changing youth-leadership conferences … Read more
This is what 100-year-old Elementary school math teacher Madeline Scotto thinks about Common Core:
“How would you teach them 4 + 4? She told me you add this and subtract this and….THEY’RE MAKING IT MORE COMPLICATED as far … Read more