The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill re-released two studies on the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts (PA PKC) program that showed a strong return on the state’s investment. Pennsylvania allies leveraged the new research during the most recent legislative session to garner more funding for PA PKC – $25 million more.
Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children is a strong, effective, and trusted voice to improve the health, education, and well-being of the Commonwealth’s children. Their core strategies include research and analysis, strategic communications, mobilization, and government affairs. Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children focuses on 4 core areas: child abuse and neglect, early learning, health, and K-12 education.