News for Advocates for Catholic Education in Pennsylvania School Choice Rally on the Capitol Steps On Tuesday, April 12, 2011, beginning around 12 pm, Students First and the entire nonpublic school community in Pennsylvania will be hosting a Senate Bill 1 Rally for all supporters of
News for Advocates for Catholic Education in Pennsylvania March 18, 2011 School Choice Update: Senate Bill 1 – the Opportunity Scholarship and Educational Improvement Tax Credit Act cleared its first hurdle on its way to become law in Pennsylvania. SB 1 passed the Senate Education Co
Tell your Senator – vote YES on SB 1 The Senate Education Committee will vote on Senate Bill 1 – the Opportunity Scholarship Act on Tuesday, March 1, 2011. If you live in the district of a Senator who sits on the Education Committee, it is urgent that you contact him or he
News for Advocates for Catholic Education in Pennsylvania February 7, 2011 Thank you! Senate Bill 1 – the Opportunity Scholarship Act – was introduced on January 28, 2011. The school choice debate in Pennsylvania begins! Thanks to your assistance during the last three weeks in respo
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Happy New Year!!! ACTION ALERT: National School Choice Week is January 23-29, 2011. We anticipate that just in time for the celebration, school choice legislation will be introduced in Pennsylvania. To mark the occasion a pro-school choice group called Students First has scheduled a r
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News for Advocates of Catholic Education in Pennsylvania – February 22, 2010 NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE 2010-2011 EDUCATION BUDGET This month, all the talk in Harrisburg is about Governor Rendell’s proposed 2010-2011 state budget. Here are the dollars proposed for education:
The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference has been contacted regarding an urgent federal education matter. The U.S. House of Representatives could vote soon on legislation governing elements of a school’s disciplinary policy and practice.