Zachary tumbled into my Head Start classroom excited to make new friends and explore every toy and material we had to offer. However, when he tried to talk to his peers, they couldn’t understand him – and neither could I.
It’s obvious that COVID-19 has radically reshaped many aspects of our society and our lives over the past two years.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the federal Clean Water Act, which laid out the regulation of pollutants in U.S. waterways and established water quality standards.
Pennsylvania will receive $3.8 billion to clean up abandoned mine lands over the next 15 years, due to President Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
Pennsylvania’s inactivity levels fall marginally below the national average, according to a CDC report released earlier this year that estimated one in five adults were inactive in nearly every state across the nation.
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted many Pennsylvanian small businesses over the past two years.
Unemployment claims had increased nationally in January following the increase of Omicron variant infections, resulting in a slowdown of services in several industries.
Governor Tom Wolf joined Pennsylvania school officials and education stakeholders to highlight his continued commitment towards equitable investments in the state’s education systems.
According to a new release by the Centers for Disease Control, tobacco usage among adults dropped during the first year of the pandemic.
Earlier this year, Governor Tom Wolf unveiled his proposed education budget, which comes amid school systems entering a ”breaking point“ due to staffing shortages and lower-than-expected Keystone exam results.