The latest CSF newsletter has just arrived from the printer.
Download the Spring 2013 newsletter to read:
- Coverage of CSF Chair Mike McCurry’s recent speech on parental choice;
- News about the Graduating Class of 2013 and one special college grad;
- Highlights of CSF and CSF partner events across the country;
- An update on our Stay in School Fund for families affected by Hurricane Sandy,
- And much, much more!
You can read and download the newsletter here. If you would like a hard copy, please email us.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was presented with a Citizen of the Year award at Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia’s (CSFP) annual Student Award Ceremony this morning.
Governor Christie told the audience of CSFP Scholars, their families, and CSFP supporters that he wanted to accept the award in person because he believes it is important to put parents in charge of their child’s education.
“I will say it over and over again: No one cares about a child’s education more than a parent. And parents need to be empowered to make those choices regardless of their income, regardless of the means they bring to the table,” he said. “Their children’s dreams are no less precious than the children of parents of greater means.”
CSFP, a partner of the national Children’s Scholarship Fund, provided scholarships to 3,500 Philadelphia children to attend private schools in 2012-13.
Governor Chris Christie speaks at the Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia Student Award Ceremony on Tuesday, June 25, 2013. (Governor’s Office/Tim Larsen)