This Week on Financial Voices Radio

October 4, 2012

Live this week on Financial Voices WURD 900 AM

Mark Gleason, Executive Director of  Philadelphia School Partnership

On October 15, 2012, PSP is launching, a free, user-friendly multimedia resource that gives parents access to comprehensive data and information about over 400 K-12 schools throughout the city, including district, charter, and private schools.


Phone: 484-785-8111


PSP is partnering with the Philadelphia Public School Notebook and the Urban Affairs Coalition in the development and launch of Great Philly Schools project. This citywide initiative is guided by an Advisory Council comprised of parents, teachers, community members, and civic leaders.


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About the Freedom Rings Partnership
Currently 41 percent of Philadelphia residents do not have Internet access. To respond to this desperate need, UAC is leading the Freedom Rings Partnership, a multi-year initiative to bring Internet access, training, and technology to residents in underserved communities. Freedom Rings Partners will also provide hands-on training to at least 15,000 people at over 130 locations citywide, including 77 public computer centers, and distribute 5,000 netbooks to public housing residents who complete technology skills training. Training locations include recreation centers, health and social service organizations, workforce development agencies, and select nonprofits. There will also be 4 mobile computer labs that will travel throughout the City providing Internet access and training to underserved communities. For more information visit or call 311