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Our voices….our t-shirt….
Read PAA’s 2017 survey report: “Real Parent Voice – Real Parent Choice”
Handy parent resource list on current issues
Archive of PAA newsletters from September 2016
Is there a PAA chapter or affiliate in your state?
JOIN US! Here’s how to start a PAA chapter!

Parent Voices and the Blueprint – new article in District Administrator

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A compelling new article in the monthly District Administrator details the concerns parents have about the Obama administration’s Blueprint for Reform, and quotes co-founder of Parents Across America, Julie Woestehoff: “Parents are the primary stakeholders in education,” says Julie Woestehoff, executive director of Parents United for Responsible Education (PURE ), which advocates for parents in Chicago Public Schools. “Parents are mostly concerned not with when the PTA meeting is, but what strategies are being used in the school to improve …

The choices parents really want

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Check out Anthony Cody’s latest on Ed Week about Michelle Rhee’s new organization, StudentsFirst.  He features a quote from PAA member, Leonie  Haimson, about how Rhee does not really offer parents the choices they want, and their kids need and deserve: Parents want the most basic choice of all: a good public school that their child has the right to attend. All children need the guarantee of a quality education, not just for a select few. That means improving all …

We are PAA.

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Welcome to our website. Browse the site, check out our blog, and share your story in the comments!

We are PAA.

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Parents Across America is a grassroots organiza­tion that connects parents and activists from across the U.S. to share ideas and work together on improving our nation’s public schools. We are committed to bringing the voice of par­ents – and common sense – to local and national education debates.  We advocate for proven, progressive measures such as reducing class size and increasing parent involvement, and oppose corporate-style efforts to privatize our schools. Please join us, as we fight for children and …

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