Founders' Day Resources
You don’t have to be a “math person” to help your child be successful at mathematics! During our “Discover Math Together” virtual learning series this summer, Alex Kajitani, California Teacher of the Year and “The Rappin’ Mathematician,” will lead three sessions that will give parents the confidence, knowledge, and strategies to help their children succeed in math!
Shereen Walter, California State PTA’s Director of Legislation, spoke at a press conference on Thursday July 2 in support of Proposition 15, also known as the Schools and Communities First ballot initiative or the “split-roll” initiative. The press conference was organized by the California Federation of Teachers (CFT) and the Schools and Communities First campaign. […]
California State PTA is developing a training program to help districts, schools, and families learn more about the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) process and to strengthen home-school partnerships to support student success and school improvement. Please complete this brief survey to share your thoughts and experiences with California State PTA.
California State PTA joins National PTA in supporting yesterday’s Supreme Court decision which blocks the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. California State PTA is committed to ensuring that all children – regardless of immigration status – are able to flourish in school, receive the healthcare they need, and live in safe and secure circumstances.
During California State PTA’s Statewide Association Meeting from June 9-11, delegates from across the state voted to adopt a timely resolution making a commitment to advocate for increased funding for and education about chronic disease and injury prevention.
National PTA applauds the U.S. Supreme Court for ruling that the administration cannot end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. National PTA has long believed that every child residing in the United States—regardless of their immigration status—has the right of access to a high-quality public education, adequate food and shelter, and basic health care services.
On June 16, 2020, California State PTA President-Elect Carol Green testified on behalf of PTA during the State Assembly’s hearing titled “Re-Opening California’s Public Schools for the 2020-21 School Year.”
The California Department of Education and the National Equity Project are co-hosting a webinar on Thursday to allow middle school and high school age students from across the state to talk about how they are processing the unrest surrounding the death of George Floyd. They will also discuss practical solutions to institutional racism and implicit bias in public schools.