Posts Categorized: education

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

Share PAFamilyVoter.com With Your Church. It’s Easy!

October 4, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Family, Health, Life, marriage, Politics, Religious Freedom, Sexuality, Uncategorized, Voting | Tags:

PAFamilyVoter.com is Live! YOUR online Voter’s Guide is here. Help Spread the Word.

Announcement – ready for YOUR church bulletins, E-mails and Facebook! Start this Sunday. . . only 30 days left til Election Day.

Please consider running this announcement … Read more

New Scholarship Program Opportunity for Businesses to Help Pennsylvania Kids

August 2, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Family | Tags: , ,

From the Commonwealth Foundation:

The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development issued new guidelines regarding the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) program.Businesses can begin applying for tax credits on August 8.

Information for parents and students is Read more

Wheaton Joins The Fight For Religious Freedom

July 19, 2012 | 1 comment | Posted in education, Politics, Religious Freedom | Tags: , ,

By Eleanor Linton, PFI Intern

Wheaton College announced Wednesday that it was filing a suit alongside Catholic universities against the Health & Human Services Preventative Services Mandate. The suit is separate from the one filed by Catholic University of America … Read more

Penn State Falls Into a Pit

July 12, 2012 | 11 comments | Posted in education, Family, Politics, Sexuality | Tags: , , , , , , ,

by Michael Geer, President

The release of the Freeh Report today regarding the Penn State- Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal brought to mind words spoken at a Pennsylvania House Appropriations Committee hearing more than a decade ago. Those words, … Read more

As State Budget Deadline Looms, New Opportunity for School Choice in Pennsylvania!

June 26, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Family, Politics | Tags: , ,

by Tom Shaheen

With State Budget Facing Deadline, We May See More School Choice in Pennsylvania!

As PA House and Senate leaders and Gov. Corbett hammer out a state budget with the June 30th deadline looming, we hear that there … Read more

Institute Applauds Committee Passage of Bill Protecting Religious Freedom

June 20, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Family, Religious Freedom | Tags: , , ,

The Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds the action yesterday of the Senate Education committee to pass Senate Bill 1134 by a 9-2 vote to protect religious child care centers from the heavy hand of government intrusion into their religious mission, while … Read more

New Legislation Helps Kids, Helps Families

June 14, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education | Tags: , , ,

by Dan Bartkowiak

“2…4…6…8…who do we appreciate!?!” Answer: Any elected offical supporting HB 2468.

For kids, summer means vacation from school. For PFI, summer means we have the opportunity to award families with our EITC scholarships for the next school … Read more

Anti-Bullying Speaker Bullies Christians at HS Conference

May 3, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education, Sexuality | Tags: , , ,

From Citizenlink:

Approximately 100 students walked out on syndicated sex-advice columnist Dan Savage’s speech at the National Scholastic Press Association/Journalism Education Association conference after he digressed from the speech he was supposed to be giving about bullying, and instead … Read more

Randy Wenger Gives a Lesson on James Wilson

April 25, 2012 | No comments | Posted in education | Tags: , ,

Check out this lecture on founding father, James Wilson, from attorney Randall Wenger of our Independence Law Center. Randy gave this lecture as part of the American Founders luncheon series from Grove City College.

Click here to view the lecture.Read more