As a product of public schools in Northeast PA, John Chrin feels strongly that public education is not living up to its potential in our country.

  • We should reassess curriculums so that K-12 students have the technical, quantitative, writing, and speaking skills to succeed in the workforce.
  • Public schools should have a financial literacy requirement so that students are prepared to face the financial challenges of young adulthood.
  • Pennsylvania currently has the highest average student loan debt per borrower of any state in the nation. We need a plan to reassess student loans to lower the burden of pursuing college or vocational school.