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  • Austin Jones

PTAs Should Utilize Their Local, State, And Federal Government



PTAs often work closely with local government and other community organizations to advocate for the needs and rights of students and families in their school community. For example, PTAs may collaborate with local government officials to lobby for additional funding for schools or to advocate for policy changes that promote equity and inclusion.


PTAs may also work with local community organizations to organize events, fundraisers, and other activities that support the school and its students. These collaborations can help to build stronger relationships between the school and the surrounding community, and can also help to raise awareness about issues facing students and families.


In addition to collaborating with local government and community organizations, PTAs may also advocate for change at the state and national level. For example, PTAs may join coalitions with other advocacy groups to lobby for policy changes or to support legislation that promotes equity in education.


Overall, PTAs play a critical role in advocating for the needs and rights of students and families in their school communities, and they often work closely with local government and other community organizations to achieve their goals.


Together PTAs, community organizations, local, state, and federal level governments can work together to make sure that all students have equal and fair access to education. SoshWallet wants to help! Together we can achieve this with accountability and transparency!

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