Most of us manage family budgets with far fewer zeroes than the Pennsylvania state budget, which measures its expenses in the billions. State Education spending alone subsidizes $12 billion in public school expenses annually. That is a 12 plus nine zeroes! And Pennsylvanians pay many
The Diocese of Scranton is joining with Catholic schools across the United States to celebrate National Catholic Schools Week 2015, beginning this Sunday, January 25 and continuing through January 31. This annual observance, with the theme “Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,
It’s Catholic Schools Week (January 26 – February 1, 2014); time to celebrate! The Pennsylvania General Assembly marked the occasion by passing resolutions. Special thanks to the cosponsors and supporters. Here is the text of House Resolution 618 (Read Senate Resolution 286 here): &nb
With unanimous approval both the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (HR 21) and Senate (SR 10) passed resolutions designating January 27 – February 1, 2013, as Catholic Schools Week to express congratulations and appreciation to Catholic elementary and secondary schools across this
This week, Catholic schools across the nation and in Pennsylvania are celebrating National Catholic School Week. This one-week observance is an annual celebration of the important role that Catholic schools across the country play in providing a values-added education for AmericaR
Catholic schools are an added value (“A+”) for the nation. Because of their traditionally high academic standards and high graduation rates, all supported by strong moral values, Catholic schools and their graduates make a definite contribution to American society.
Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration that focuses attention on the good work done by the nation’s Catholic schools. The week will be observed Jan. 31 to Feb. 6, 2010. The theme for this year’s event is “Catholic Schools – Dividends for Life.” Both th