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NEWS: Executive Director Ana Myers featured in new PennLive article on the 2018 gubernatorial race

There are about 140,000 students who attend the state’s 185 charter schools, which are independent public schools overseen by the district where they are located or state in the case of cyber charters. And those numbers are growing, said Ana Meyers.

Introducing Equinox!

Today we would like to introduce you to our business partner Equinox!
Equinox is the premier employee benefits consultant in eastern Pennsylvania. As a company built on integrity and client service, we recognize the importance to our clients of handling all issues promptly and professionally.

MUST VIEW: Andrew Campanella Sends Video to PCPCS Conference Participants

Due to the hurricane in Florida last week, our scheduled Keynote Speaker Andrew Campanella from National School Choice Week was unable to make it the the conference but provided this video message to address conference participants.

THE 2018 PCPCS ANNUAL CONFERENCE WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!

The 2018 PCPCS Annual Conference: A Unified Voice for Charters and Choice was a huge success!
Over 225 guests and representatives from charter schools across the state came out on Friday to celebrate charters and choice! PCPCS would like to thank all of the charter leaders,

NEW RESOURCE: PCPCS Video Featuring Students, Teachers, Parents, and Charter Leaders

PCPCS unveiled their new video featuring charter students, teachers, parents and leaders at the 2018 PCPCS Annual Conference today! In celebration of charter schools and the impact they have on students and families, PCPCS and PA Virtual Charter School have created a short video that epitomizes why we all do the hard work of advocating and educating each and every day.

PCPCS IN THE NEWS! PCPCS Board Member Dr. Maurice Flurie’s Op-Ed Published on Pennlive!

In the American public education system, communities support their schools and trust that those schools eventually return to them educated, contributing, productive members of society. In essence, our communities are the customers and students are the valuable products being provided to them.