Tips for finding new leaders, even if folks aren’t stepping up.
Focus on a few important traits to help your parent group avoid stalling out in the middle of the year.
Today’s leaders have advantages that leave the “good old days” in the dust.
Ensuring that your volunteers feel valued is the best way to keep them coming back. And it isn’t hard to do.
Even the best “tricks” to get parents involved will fail if working with your group is not a positive experience.
Involvement mistakes many groups don’t even know they’re making, and how to fix them.
Expert advice and practical tips on how to run a successful PTO or PTA, in a nine-part video keynote by Tim.
What does a successful PTO year look like? Sometimes it actually involves doing less.
To improve PTO-principal relations at your school, try seeing things from the principal’s point of view.
The best way to increase success as a parent group is to be more selective about what you take on.
Some lively discussion might be just the thing to reinvigorate your group’s momentum.
We began as a way to help leaders, but what we’ve learned along the way has helped us, too.
If the leadership is changing at your school, take advantage of the opportunity to find a true partner.
Don't let short-sighted views on money hold back your parent group.