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NYS PTA joins ECB and other education groups in call for $2.1B funding boost

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Organizations outline funding needed to continue current educational services.

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National PTA Statement on Shooting at Saugus High School

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The question our association must, once again, ask is, will our elected officials, including our president, continue to do nothing? We demand that Congress and the president act immediately in the best interest of our children, families and nation.

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Say YES to Leadership!

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Are you interested in moving up the leadership ladder and serving at the state level? Click and discover how!

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Membership Survey

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Thanks for filling out our membership survey. Find out which units won prizes.

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Congratulations to the State and Region Youth Humanitarian Award recipients!

Matthew Spirakis from Garden City High School in Nassau Region is our NYS Youth Humanitarian Award Winner. Find out the region winners.

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National PTA President Leslie Boggs testimony at Gun Violence Task Force Forum on 9/18

National PTA President Leslie Boggs testified on 9/18/19 on behalf of children and families before the U.S. House of Representatives Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.

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Congratulations to the 2018-19 Membership Good Apple award recipients!

Check out a list of all the Gold, Silver and Bronze Recipients!

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Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Establishing September 11th Remembrance Day and Moment of Silence at Public Schools

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Law Goes Into Effect Immediately Governor Cuomo: “9/11 was one of the single darkest periods in this state’s and this nation’s history, and we owe it to those we lost and to the countless heroes who ran toward danger that…

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Education Commissioner Elia to resign

Commissioner Elia shares her thanks for serving New York’s students, parents and educators over the past four years.

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