PTA Advocacy Changes Lives
Politics is always personal. After all, what could be more personal than creating a better future for your children? As we look to the future, we honor the legacies of PTA founders Phoebe Apperson Hearst, Alice McLellan Birney and Selena Sloan Butler by sharing the stories of present-day mothers, fathers and families who are changing the lives of children each and every day.
In celebration of National PTA’s 120th anniversary, this publication features the issues, stories and impact PTA advocates have had over our long history.
Why PTA Advocacy Matters
An extension of PTA Advocacy Changes Lives, the “Why PTA Advocacy Matters” series on the Our Children Magazine showcases the personal stories of PTA members who are changing lives across the country through their advocacy efforts.
Policy Issue Briefs
Want to advocate for the children in your community, but not sure where to start? National PTA has prepared policy issue briefs to help educate PTA members about existing laws and their impact on PTA legislative priorities. Policy issue briefs are currently available in the areas of Family Engagement, Special Education, Child Health and Nutrition and Juvenile Justice