Thorough and Efficient? A video short on Pennsylvania’s Education Funding Lawsuit
Staff attorney Michael Churchill will speak about what schools need and where the money comes from in this Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) webinar on June 8. Click here to register.
Law Center staff attorney Ben will be participating in a panel, “Medicaid Update: After Armstrong what can States do to protect access to care and assure adequate reimbursement rates?” at the American Society of Medical Association Counsel annual meeting in June.
All children deserve a system of public education that provides them the resources they need to thrive in today’s world. Join us in celebrating and affirming our efforts and the efforts of our partners and clients in taking a stand for Pennsylvania’s kids.
In a report written by Charlotte Prové of the Institution for Agriculture and Fisheries Research, Amy Laura Cahn, an attorney with the Public Interest Law Center, has been cited as one of the pioneers in the fight for environmental justice in the city, where issues such as zoning codes are preventing the development of urban agriculture. (more…)
Children with disabilities are entitled to individual determinations of the school services and resources they need. (more…)
We intervened on a child’s behalf to get him needed services from an early service provider. (more…)
Today school districts, parents and two statewide associations filed an appeal in Pennsylvania Supreme Court. (more…)
To what degree can a kindergarten student be found truant? In Commonwealth v. Kerstetter, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that despite a parent’s inability to get her two daughters to kindergarten, the children would be found truant. (more…)
Read a recap of the oral argument in our lawsuit to make public how Pennsylvania spends taxpayer dollars to provide dental services to low-income people and people with disabilities. (more…)