As the country wrestles with issues around racism and racial equity, parent groups are taking positive steps toward inclusiveness.
More inclusion leads to more involvement! This guide will give your group a framework to make DEI efforts an everyday part of running your group.
Effective strategies parent groups use to reach out to non-English-speakers.
Surveys, flyers, and more that have been translated for Spanish-speaking parents.
Leaders and experts weigh in on involvement and communication strategies that can bring people together effectively.
Reach out to diverse groups and bring them together with these effective involvement and communication strategies.
Hundreds of research studies show that when parents get involved, children do better in school. We sum up the details that every parent should know—and you should tell them.
A Spanish-language version of our "Parent Involvement Matters!" video, and an upbeat visual explanation of how important it is that parents get involved in their children's education.
Helpful links for talking with your children about race, protests, violence, diversity, and activism in today’s world.
Finding ways to engage parents who speak English as a second language earned a New Jersey PTO a diversity award.
Breaking down the language barrier and making all parents feel included earned an Idaho PTO the award for Outstanding Outreach to a Diverse School Community in the 2014 Parent Group of the Year search.
A diverse school community in Maine bonds over an annual dinner event.
Student participation in art workshops helped create a special cultural experience for the winner of Outstanding Outreach to a Multicultural Parent Base in PTO Today’s 2013 Parent Group of the Year search.
St. Paul, Minn., junior high school teacher Ann Hebble talks about the parent group she founded to serve the school's population of Hmong families.