PCPCS News

Monthly Archive: March, 2018

CHECK THIS OUT! Op-Ed by PCPCS Executive Director Ana Meyers in The Intelligencer!

Click here to read the Op-Ed by PCPCS Executive Director Ana Meyers addressing the need for charter reform in PA.

EDUCATION POLICY DAY! Tuesday, March 27th , Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center

On March 27th, five prominent panel members will provide voice to current education policy concerns.  This program is valuable for leaders, and board members are especially welcome too. Build your leadership and experience learning from a dynamic panel with expertise in all areas of educational policy.

LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT HB 97! New Publication from PCPCS!

The reforms embodied in House Bill 97 (HB 97) are critical to improving and strengthening Pennsylvania’s Charter School Law.  While groundbreaking upon its enactment in 1997, the law has become outdated over time. Pennsylvania’s charter school law currently ranks #34* nationally and reform must take place now in order to maintain charter,

PCPCS NEWSLETTER: News From the Week of March 9-15

Click here to read the latest news from the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools.

INTRODUCING THE PCPCS CHARTER SCHOOL DIRECTORY AND RESOURCE GUIDE!

The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools is proud to introduce their newest publication PCPCS 1718 Charter School Directory and Resource Guide! To help the charter school movement stay better connected in the Commonwealth, PCPCS has compiled this resource guide that includes contact information for all charter schools in the state as well as information on professional services we trust and who know how to address the specific needs of a charter school.

PCPCS RESPONDS TO PCCY’s LATEST ATTACK ON CHARTER SCHOOLS!

Today, Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY) released yet another misleading report on charter schools, focused this time on the impact of rising charter enrollment in the Philadelphia suburbs. “Negative reports like this are nothing new to PCCY, but they should get their facts straight before misleading the public”,