Posts Categorized: education
Now the government wants to tell you what you should feed your children for lunch? Is this communist China?
A mother in Hoke County complains her daughter was forced to eat a school lunch because a government inspector determined her … Read more
Randy Wenger, Chief Counsel of the Independence Law Center and attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund were in court again this morning here in Pennsylvania fighting for your religious liberty and … Read more
From Commonwealth Foundation President, Matt Brouillette:
Instead of a one-size-fits-all system of education, we need to fully embrace an education marketplace where choice and competition is the rule rather than the exception.
If you were running the state of Pennsylvania, what resolutions would you choose to make Pennsylvania a better place?
Leave your ideas in the comments below!… Read more
Former Philly schools Superintendent Arlene Ackerman, who was paid a $905,000 buyout (in public money) to leave the city, applied for unemployment benefits this month.
Hundreds of students and teachers, many sporting red T-shirts in support of a recently passed state Senate measure to expand school choice options, crammed the Capitol rotunda on Tuesday to attend a rally supporting Senate Bill 1, andGov. Tom … Read more
The House Education Committee will consider House Bill 1980, introduced by Rep. Ryan Aument. Rep. Aument’s bill would increase rating categories from two (satisfactory and unsatisfactory) to four (distinguished, proficient, needs improvement and failing). Student achievement will count for … Read more
Senate Bill 732, the abortion clinic regulations bill, and SB 1, the school choice bill are just two of important legislation that the state house and senate need to come together on to pass before November 30th.
Dr. Albert Mohler writes an insightful piece on the Penn State scandal, and the broader changes that should result from it.
“The detonation of the Penn State scandal must shake the entire nation into a new moral awareness.”
Thank you to all who called and emailed your State Senator about Senate Bill 1!
By a 27-22 vote, the state Senate passed a school voucher plan that is targeted to low-income children attending poor-performing schools. The bill now heads … Read more