Pittsburgh Testimonials - Part 3

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 04/06/2011 - 07:20

In our final installment of testimonies before the Democratic Policy Committee in Pittsburg we are featuring long-time administrator Michael Lloyd. Mr. Lloyd serves at Christian Life Academy in Seneca. His testimony serves as both a support for Senate Bill 1 and a challenge to other administrators to serve faithfully. Read More Below

Pittsburgh Testimonials - Part 2

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 04/05/2011 - 07:12

In the second part of our Pittsburg Testimonials series we feature Samuel D. Siple, President of Eden Christian Academy.  In his testimony, Mr. Siple focuses on expanding opportunities for poor and low income students.

Chairman Sturla and members of the House Democratic Policy Committee, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to speak on behalf of school choice.

Pittsburgh Testimonials - Part 1

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 04/04/2011 - 06:54

This week on acsipa.org we will feature testimonials from a recent Democratic Policy Hearing. These testimonies were prepared by people in Pittsburg area schools that support Senate Bill 1. Today we will feature the emotional testimony of the Hixon family from Penn Christian Academy in Butler, PA.

Erie Testimonials - Part 1

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 03/21/2011 - 17:44

In the next few days acsipa.org will be featuring several Interviews that were given at a House Democratic Policy Meeting in Erie. At this meeting three members of the ACSI community were able to share about Senate Bill 1. Today we will feature Phil Gernovich from Erie First Christian Academy.

Additional Resource about School Choice Constitutionality

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 03/08/2011 - 17:50

One of the key issues with School choice is the argument that it is unconstitutional according to the Pennsylvania Constitution. Philip Murren, of the law firm Ball, Murren & Connell refuted this argument extensively before the Senate Education Committee. We have included his testimony as a link if you would like to read more about the issue.