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Governor Tom Wolf will join Deputy Secretary of Corrections Christian Stephens and national criminal justice reform advocates in pushing for commonsense probation reforms that address minimum probation sentences and probation lengths. Last year, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections announced its participation in a Safe Streets & Second Chances reentry initiative aimed at reducing recidivism, which aligns with the governor’s criminal justice reforms ideals.
Governor Tom Wolf will interact with kindergarten students learning about coding and robotics at the Interboro Kindergarten Center and explore their STEM facilities, which were funded through the governor’s PAsmart initiative. Funding this program was a part of the governor’s effort to provide high-quality education opportunities that prepare PA’s young people for careers of the future.
Following a tour of the center, the governor will participate in a press conference with district leaders and educators, and STEM stakeholders.
Governor Tom Wolf will meet with Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators (PASA) members to discuss his charter school reform package and encourage legislators to pass legislation that would bring the current charter school law up to date. Following brief remarks, the governor will participate in a Q&A session led by PASA.
Governor Tom Wolf will participate in a student-led tour of Cedar Cliff High School’s aquaponics lab alongside district leaders, school staff, and legislators. The governor will highlight how these innovative learning experiences prepare students for the future and his administration’s focus on high-quality education and workforce preparedness.
Governor Tom Wolf will join Mission: Readiness in highlighting the importance of preparing children for careers, including in the military, by proving access to high-quality education and workforce development training.