Monthly Archives: March 2018


Thank You!

A big THANK YOU to everyone who joined PTA during our Phone-a-thon!

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Preliminary Analysis of the Education, Labor and Family Assistance Budget Bill (aka the Education Policy Bill)

Read a preliminary analysis of the Education, Labor and Family Assistance (ELFA) budget bill (the education policy bill). Please note, this is a very bare bones ELFA, so we may see other policy language to be included in bills yet to be finalized.

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Who’s Your +One? You Can Help Increase Membership!

Our goal is to double the amount of voices speaking on behalf of all children in NYS in 24 hours. Who will you ask to be your +ONE?

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President Signs FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill

On Friday, March 23, the President signed the FY18 omnibus into law.

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National PTA Statement on Shooting at Great Mills High School

It is urgent that we work together to enact bipartisan policy solutions and make meaningful changes to keep our children safe. Every student deserves to learn and grow in a safe environment. And no parent should fear for the safety of their child every time they leave home for school.

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NYS PTA Supports a Parent’s Right to Make Educational Decisions for Their Children

NYS PTA reaffirms our support for a parent’s right to make educational decisions for their children.

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Two Middle Schools in NY to Receive 2018 National PTA STEM + Families Tech Grants

National PTA and Microsoft partnered to empower families to support student success and fill a critical gap in STEM education with 2018 National PTA STEM + Families Tech Grants.

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National PTA Statement on Shooting at Huffman High School

National PTA is deeply saddened to hear of the shooting yesterday at Huffman High School in Birmingham, AL.

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NYS PTA on School Security and Safety: Keeping Our Children Safe Always

The first priority of every parent, every family and every educator is the safety and security of our children. Today, the PTA message and mission have never been more important.

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