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LATEST NEWS! PCPCS Advocacy Partner Responds to Philadelphia Inquirer Story

PCPCS partner, Excellent Schools PA (formerly Philadelphia School Advocacy Partners), posted a rebuttal to the recent article from the Philadelphia Inquirer based on a report recently published by Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY).  See Excellent Schools PA’s rebuttal using factual data to address and refute the claims made in the Inquirer’s article.

SEE HOW FAR WE’VE COME! Join us for a look back at 2017

What a whirlwind of a year 2017 was for the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools! With your help, we connected with thousands of charter supporters throughout the Keystone State, we led legislative efforts to strengthen our community of schools, and we worked harder than ever to empower charter leaders with the tools they need to ensure success for their staff and students.

LISTEN HERE! PCPCS ED Ana Meyers Discusses the State of Charter Schools in Pennsylvania

PCPCS Executive Director Ana Meyers was on WFYL1180AM Citizens Bulletin podcast this morning discussing the state of charter schools in Pennsylvania as well as all the National School Choice Week events that we will see happen across the state later on this month.

OUR ADDRESS HAS CHANGED!

Beginning January 3, 2018, our address has changed! We can now be reached at Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, 702 E. Simpson St. #318, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055. 

A LOOK BACK AT 2017: See How We Have Grown!

Wow, we’ve done a lot this year! Join us for a walk down memory lane as we recap the 10 most exciting milestones and accomplishments of 2017! Take a look at our milestones and accomplishments here.
 

PCPCS Executive Director Ana Meyers at Millersville University’s Conference on Education and Poverty

Tonight our Executive Director, Ana Meyers, served as a panelist at Millersville University’s Conference on Education and Poverty. Ana spoke about how charter schools are working diligently to provide opportunities to low income and special needs students.
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