The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program is fully subscribed for the 2008-2009 fiscal year. According to the State Department of Community and Economic Development, businesses have submitted enough applications to use all of the EITC credits for the fourth year in a row.
The REACH Foundation released a report that shows the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program saves state money.In the new study, The Fiscal Impact of the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program, the author, Andrew T. Lefevre – a state expert on school choice –
In honor of World Communications Day on May 23, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI launched a new website linking users to the Vatican’s presence on popular social networks like Facebook and YouTube. The new website is http://pope2you.net/index.php
Mike Clark, a Pittsburgh TV news anchor, and Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., president of Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, have been named to the National Review Board for three-year terms beginning June 1. In addition, Stephen A. Zappala Jr., Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Count
The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference Institute for Public Policy takes advantage of some exciting new Internet technology to maximize the usefulness and effectiveness of its website, pacatholic.org. This crash course in new technology will help online users get the most out of the web
HB 26 proposes granting oversight of employee relations in Catholic schools to the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board. In effect, the bill would force Catholic schools to accept teachers unions, even those who may endorse ideas that go against Church teaching like abortion or gay mar