Friday, March 1, 2019

Pennsylvania has one of the best welfare-to-work education programs in the country. Could it help more parents?

Sarah AnneHughes, Pennsylvania Capital-Star
Keystone Education Yields Success was established by the state Department of Human Services in the early 2000s to help people like Lisa Ortiz. It allows parents on cash assistance to meet federal work requirements by enrolling in one of Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges.
By all accounts, it’s a success. Read the story in the new Pennsylvania Capital-Star here: