Join your fellow Philadelphia lawyers on Thursday, April 24, 2014, to tell City Council that Philadelphia cannot function without good public schools, and high-quality public schools require adequate funding.
Join the Law Center’s Amy Laura Cahn and our partners at 596 Acres for a conversation among community land access facilitators on Tuesday, April 22nd and Wednesday, April 23rd in New York City.
Join us on April 29th for our training on filing discrimination claims.
A Law Center analysis of the 2013 state proficiency exam testing results shows a widespread and growing inability of public schools to prepare a significant portion of their students to meet the state’s educational standards in reading and math. (more…)
Staff attorney Benjamin Geffen submitted comments to the Department of Health and Human Services, urging it to deny Governor Corbett’s Healthy PA plan. (more…)
For the first time in Pennsylvania, the state has required a school district to provide a student with two independent educational evaluations, as well as Orton-Gillingham services, which are specialized instructions for teaching students with dyslexia. (more…)
Sunoco proactively changed its hiring practices to give individuals with criminal records a fair opportunity at getting a job and attaining economic self-sufficiency. (more…)