Posts Categorized: education

Common Core Resources

October 8, 2013 | No comments | Posted in education, Family | Tags: , , ,

Are you looking for more information on Common Core, and how it affects you in Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania Family Institute has gathered the following links to national and state groups who provide some great information and analysis for parents and others … Read more

Last Day to apply for City on the Hill!

June 28, 2013 | No comments | Posted in education, Family | Tags: , , , , ,

Last Day to Register for the City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference at Lancaster Bible College – July 21-27, 2013.

Join us for a week of worldview training and fun!

Get those applications in: www.pafamily.org/application.php

What is City on … Read more

Geneva College Granted Reprieve

June 19, 2013 | No comments | Posted in abortion, College, education, Life, Politics, pro-life, Religious Freedom | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Good news: Pennsylvania’s Geneva College gets court reprieve from Obama/ HHS abortion pill & contraceptive mandate while case moves forward. Said Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Greg Baylor:

“All Americans should be free to live according to their faith rather than … Read more

Save $25 – Register Your Teen Early for City on the Hill!

May 23, 2013 | No comments | Posted in education, Family | Tags: , , , ,

City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference July 21 – 27, 2013

Early Registration Discount: Save $25 if you apply by May 28.

Open to all High School students (age 15-18).

To apply, register online at www.pafamily.org/application.php.

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City on the Hill – “It changed my world.”

April 24, 2013 | No comments | Posted in College, education | Tags: , ,

Over the last 12 summers, the staff of Pennsylvania Family Institute has had the privilege of bringing 500 high school students through our City on the Hill experience.

City on the Hill is our annual youth leadership and worldview conference, … Read more

How much do cyber charter schools really cost?

March 13, 2013 | No comments | Posted in education | Tags: , , ,

From the Commonwealth Foundation:

With the House Education Committee set to consider new legislation on reducing cyber school funding, the discussion has turned again to how much cyber schools “actually” cost and whether they receive too much money.… Read more

Sex Tutorial in PA College Chapel

February 21, 2013 | 3 comments | Posted in College, education, Family, marriage, Sexuality | Tags: , , ,

by Brandon McGinley

The conservative college news website The College Fix, in an article by Allegheny College student Katie McHugh, brings word of a sexually graphic event hosted in that school’s Ford Memorial Chapel in Meadville, PA.  (See link … Read more

Head Start ends up being a false start

February 20, 2013 | No comments | Posted in education, Family | Tags: , , , ,

From Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

Head Start, the federal program for pre-kindergarten children from low-income families, costs taxpayers $8 billion each year. Congress asked the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a study of the program’s effectiveness, the results … Read more

5 Things You Should Know About Religious Freedom on Campus

December 12, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Religious Freedom | Tags: , , ,

Alliance Defending Freedom:

Religious freedom is clearly guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.  But Christian students on campuses across the country are being harassed, bullied, and silenced.  Christian student groups and campus ministries are being discriminated against, and even told that … Read more

Seeing No Evil

November 27, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Politics, Voting | Tags: , ,

There has understandably been much analysis into the election results, and there will be much more to come. Some is good and helpful; others, not so much.   In this insightful article, Dennis Prager  takes a deeper look at one particular … Read more