Pennsylvania Children’s Partnership Publishes Policy Roadmap for the Next Two Years

In December, our Board of Directors approved our biennial policy roadmap that aligns with our organizational mission to improve the health, education and well-being of children and youth in the commonwealth.

Learn more about our five policy areas, including data points, policy priorities, and legislative or other significant actions:

  • Child Welfare: Ensure each child in Pennsylvania lives in a home where they are safe and protected from abuse and neglect.
  • Early Care and Education: Ensure each child in Pennsylvania can participate in affordable and accessible high-quality early care and education, including infant and toddler child care and pre-kindergarten education.
  • Home Visiting: Ensure each child in Pennsylvania can grow up in a stable and healthy home environment.
  • K-12 Education: Ensure each child in Pennsylvania has the opportunity for an adequate and equitable high-quality public education.
  • Perinatal and Child Health: Ensure each birthing person and child in Pennsylvania can access affordable, quality health care.

PPC is committed to policy choices that improve maternal and child well-being, advance racial equity and support economically disadvantaged families.

Our work to advance equitable policy solutions is critical in our long-term vision because we can’t achieve our goals if any child is left behind.

Explore the policies we work on to build better futures within the 2023-24 Policy Roadmap.

Also new this year is our revamped State of the Child, which serves as a data companion to the roadmap. View a variety of data points pertaining to Pennsylvania’s children and their well-being