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.
Our new series of virtual educational sessions is kicking off on Sept. 29 with Parent Involvement 101! We’ll share expert advice and best practices during this free 1-hour session. Graduates will receive a certificate, downloadable guide, and free T-shirt*. Save your seat!
A two-minute video summary of the ways your involvement at school can make a difference.
When parents participate in the educational process, kids do better in school. Here’s how to tell parents what they need to know.
Patience, delegation, eloquence—these are some of qualities in a PTA president deemed most important by our social media community.
The 2013 National Parent Group of the year inspired students to take part in an impressive yearlong fitness initiative while also carrying out a wide array of programs.
Download this word cloud poster to hang, frame, or give as a token of appreciation for the humor, backbone, creativity, and other great qualities of your PTSA's leader.
The most common challenges to engaging new parents are actually fairly easy to fix.
Savvy tips and tricks to get parents more interested in volunteering, and get more out of them when they do.
Getting new parents to participate means finding out where they are on the involvement ladder, then creating opportunities that match.
Tips to bring volunteers in, keep them happy, and avoid the pitfalls that will keep them from coming back.
A step-by-step guide for PTO and PTA leaders who want to reach out and engage more parents.
There's a simple reason why some parents haven't gotten involved: They don't know what your PTO is or what it does. Change that by communicating the right way.