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February 26 2021
1:00 pm

Gov. Wolf to Unveil Charter School Accountability Plan

PEMA, 1310 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Governor Tom Wolf, Representative Joe Ciresi, Senator Lindsey Williams and State College Area School District Superintendent Dr. Robert O’Donnell will introduce a plan to fix Pennsylvania’s broken charter school law. These common-sense improvements will hold charter schools accountable, ensure students get a high-quality education and protect taxpayers.

February 23 2021
2:00 pm

Wolf Administration to Provide Update on Vaccinations in Long-Term Care Facilities

PEMA, 1310 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Governor Tom Wolf, Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam, Senior Advisor for COVID-19 Response Lindsey Mauldin and CVS Health District Leader Andreas Chandra will provide an update on COVID-19 vaccination efforts in Pennsylvania, focusing on the progress in skilled nursing facilities, assisted care facilities and long-term care facilities.

February 17 2021
1:00 pm

Gov. Wolf Proposes Nellie Bly Scholarship Program

Virtual Media Briefing, ,

Governor Tom Wolf, Department of Education Secretary Noe Ortega, Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter and Edinboro University senior Sam Bohen will discuss the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program. This program will help young Pennsylvanians get an affordable, world-class education at a PASSHE university.

February 11 2021
1:30 pm

Gov. Wolf and Department of Aging will Discuss Efforts to Assist the 65+ Community Access the COVID-19 Vaccine

Virtual Media Briefing, ,

Gov. Wolf and Secretary Robert Torres of the Department of Aging will share how community-based solutions are helping Pennsylvanians 65+ access the COVID-19 Vaccine.

February 9 2021
1:00 pm

Gov. Wolf Calls for Minimum Wage Increase, Boosting Paychecks for Workers

Virtual Media Briefing, ,

Governor Tom Wolf, Sen. Christine Tartaglione, Representative Patty Kim and Little Amps Coffee CEO Peter Leonard, will discuss the importance of raising the state’s embarrassingly low minimum wage to help workers struggling with poverty wages and to strengthen the economy.