PCPCS News

Category Archive: Press Release

Letter to General Assembly Calling on Dual Enrollment for ALL Public School Students!

Let’s Work Together to Help Our State’s Teacher Shortage Challenge + Provide College Course Opportunities for ALL of PA’s Public School Students

To: Senator Vincent Hughes and Senator Lindsey Williams

CC: Representative Jim Marshall,

PRESS RELEASE: PA Coalition of Public Charter Schools To Hold a Press Conference at Harrisburg Capitol

The statewide coalition will gather with members of the public charter school community on the importance of parents and educational choice

Harrisburg, PA (June 6, 2022) –  The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools (PCPCS) is holding a press conference Tuesday,

MEDIA ADVISORY: Stand with Us! Press Conference June 7, 2022 at Capitol

The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools is holding a press conference Tuesday, June 7, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. in the Pennsylvania Capitol Main Rotunda. There will be speakers from the Public Charter School Movement.

PRESS RELEASE: Statewide Coalition Initiates Parent Advisory Committee to Empower Parental Voices for Choice and Support Pennsylvania Public Charter Schools

Harrisburg, PA (May 31, 2022) –  The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools (Coalition) has created the Parent Advisory Committee to advise the Coalition as it develops and implements a strategic plan for the Coalition’s objectives now and into the future. 

Statement on the School Tragedy at Texas Elementary School

The statement below is given by Dr. Anne Clark, CEO of the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, a non-profit organization focused on providing high-quality options for Pennsylvania families within K-12 public education.

PRESS RELEASE: PA Coalition of Public Charter Schools To Rally at Harrisburg Capitol

The statewide coalition to rally at the capitol in honor of National Charter Schools Week

HARRISBURG (May 11, 2022) –  The Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools (PCPCS), the statewide coalition and the voice for the 170,000 public charter school students and communities across the Keystone State,