PA House of Representatives approves $100m increase in EITC/OSTC Funding

The Pennsylvania Educational Tax Credit program provides much needed funding for schools like CPS, and now there are more funds available to help provide tuition assistance to students and families who need it most. Businesses can get tax credits of up to 90% for supporting CPS through the PA Educational Improvement (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) Programs. If you own, work for, or know of a business, why not learn how they can benefit from these tax credits and “do well by doing good.”

Applications for both the EITC and OSTC are available through a simple online application. For more information on how you can get involved, click here. To read more about the proposed increase in tax credit funding, click here.

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Eric Jones, Head of SchoolHaving grown up in a neighborhood just like the one in which Community Partnership School is located, I know firsthand the value of a quality education and its power to alter a life trajectory. But it wasn’t just what I learned in school that made the difference, as essential as that was. It was the family members, community members, and even individuals who were nameless and faceless to me but who invested in programs that I accessed, all partnering together, that made the difference for me. It’s that kind of community building through partnership that fuels our work at CPS, and it’s why our name is more than just a catchy moniker.”

– Eric Jones, Head of School

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This year, the fifth grade class has taken on the fun and challenging task of writing and performing an original play. The piece, called “Square Pegs, Round Holes,” takes the students’ own experiences of feeling like an outsider and uses them to emphasize the CPS values of curiosity, courage, and compassion. The play wrestles with […]

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