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The Education Law Center is interested in learning more about the impact of school nurse layoffs on the lives of public school children, their families, teachers, nurses and health professionals in Philadelphia.
ELC's attorneys are trying to identify issues children are facing and strategies schools may employ to address those issues. Any information provided will be extremely helpful. Please take a minute to complete this survey and be sure to pass the survey link along to others.…Continue
Added by Brett Schaeffer on December 14, 2012 at 10:58am — No Comments
Hello, my name is Jahlil Irvin. I am a sophomore at Mastery Charter Thomas Campus. Currently, I am doing an Internship program at my school called Mastery Charter School Internship program. I'm noticing internships through schools aren't that common. I don't see why not. Internships are a good way to help you get ready for the workforce. In the program we learn how…Continue
Added by Jahlil Irvin on March 16, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Gov. Tom Corbett's 2011-12 budget proposal cuts Pennsylvania's investment in preK-12 education by $1.18 billion, a 15 percent cut, and is one of the decisions that has earned Gov. Corbett a failing grade on the Education Law Center's Education Budget Scorecard.
Many important education programs are completely eliminated in the Governor's plan, including $259 million in Accountability Grants…
Added by Brett Schaeffer on March 15, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
The following documents analyze various aspects of Pennsylvania Senate Bill 1 — legislation to provide state-funded vouchers for tuition at non-public schools.
These documents will also be available on the Education Law Center site shortly.
Please review these documents and share your thoughts and concerns here.
1. Education Law Center's Position Statement on Senate Bill 1…Continue
Added by Brett Schaeffer on February 18, 2011 at 2:23pm — No Comments