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Weekly Update: Announcing Reduction in PSSA Testing, Encouraging Stability for Insurance Premiums, Standing United Against Hate, Touting Economic Growth in Pennsylvania

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Weekly Update: Announcing Reduction in PSSA Testing, Encouraging Stability for Insurance Premiums, Standing United Against Hate, Touting Economic Growth in Pennsylvania SHARE Email Facebook Twitter By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf By shortening the PSSA’s, we’re ensuring that our kids can focus more on learning in the classroom and less on preparing for one exam. https://t.co/SeFZrzgk6b— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) August 15, 2017 The Blog,  Weekly Update Governor Wolf kicked off this week in Harrisburg with a joint announcement with the Department of Education regarding a reduction in testing time for the PSSA standardized tests. To address the concerns of students, parents, and educators, the Department of Education worked with stakeholders to reduce the length of the tests by 20 percent. On Thursday, the governor traveled to Pittsburgh to tout and discuss the benefits of the reductions with parents and educators.On Wednesday, Governor Wolf sent a letter to the PA Congressional Delegation regarding the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of the potential impact of terminating payments for cost-sharing reductions. The governor urged Congress and President Trump to continue payment of cost-sharing reductions for the remainder or 2017 and all of 2018 to ensure that insurance premiums in Pennsylvania, and across the country, remain stable.After the weekend events in Charlottesville, Governor Wolf condemned the hatred and bigotry of white supremacists. “The white supremacy rally in Charlottesville does not reflect the values we hold as Pennsylvanians or as Americans,” Governor Wolf said. “We must speak out strongly for true American values of justice, fairness, and compassion and lead with our actions to reject the groups that gathered in Charlottesville.”On Thursday, Governor Wolf attended Ag Progress Days where he highlighted the importance of building Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry and rural communities. Continuing economic growth in Pennsylvania communities is a priority for Governor Wolf and, also on Thursday, the governor announced completed financing by the Commonwealth Cornerstone Group to combat blight and help revitalization efforts in downtown Lancaster. On Friday, the governor also announced new jobs coming to Elk County with the expansion of Clarion Sintered Metals.Governor Wolf’s Week, August 13, 2017 – August 19, 2017Monday, 8/14/17Governor Wolf Announces PSSA Testing Reduction to Benefit Students, Teachers, and Parents511PA Website Feature to Assist Travelers to Little League World SeriesGovernor Wolf, Advisory Commission Stand United Against HateTuesday, 8/15/17Wolf Administration to Use 21st Century Cures Grant Funding to Further Expand Access to Medication-Assisted TreatmentWednesday, 8/16/17Governor Wolf Writes PA Delegation Regarding CBO Analysis of Ceasing Payments for Cost -Sharing ReductionsGovernor Wolf Touts Work to Build Vibrant Agriculture Industry, Rural Communities in PA during Visit to Ag Progress DaysThursday, 8/17/17Governor Wolf Tours Standardized Test Reduction Benefiting Students, Parents, and TeachersVIDEO: Governor Wolf Welcomes Little League Players, Families to PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf, PennDOT Announce Completion of State’s First Diverging Diamond InterchangeGovernor Wolf Announces Tax Credits for Rehab and Reuse of Lancaster’s Vacant Bulova Technologies BuildingFriday, 8/18/17Governor Wolf Announces Expansion of Clarion Sintered Metals in Elk County, Creation of 55 New JobsHighlights from The BlogWolf Administration Announce Reduction in Standardized Testing (Round-Up)Highlights from TwitterToday is the start of #LLWS2017 — to everyone participating, spectating, and working: have fun, and good luck. Welcome to Pennsylvania! pic.twitter.com/jkSmvUvyTv— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) August 17, 2017 August 18, 2017last_img read more

Governor Wolf Orders Commonwealth Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Flag Order,  Press Release,  Veterans Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States and Commonwealth flags to fly at half-staff at the Capitol Complex and at all Commonwealth facilities in honor of Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin of Hookstown, Beaver County.Elchin, 25, died on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 as a result of injuries sustained when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device in the Ghazni Province of Afghanistan. The airman was assigned to the 26th Special Tactics Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico.The US and Commonwealth flags will remain at half-staff until sunset on the date of Staff Sgt. Elchin’s interment, which is currently being determined. All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute. Governor Wolf Orders Commonwealth Flags at Half-Staff to Honor Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchincenter_img November 29, 2018last_img read more