The PTA President QRG offers practical support and real guidance for leaders, including:
The PTA Finance QRG has information to keep treasurers on the right track, including:
The PTA Membership QRG helps to increase and sustain membership in your unit and covers:
The PTA Programs QRG helps develop, manage, plan and celebrate your programs and events:
The PTA Fundraising QR is your guide to effective, responsible fundraising and covers:
The PTA Advocacy QRG helps you lead as educators and advocates for every child. It covers:
The PTA Communications QRG contains great ways to share the PTA message, including:
National PTA is the oldest and largest volunteer child advocacy association in the Unites States.
This guide shares tips and best practices to be an effective advocate for every child – by educating
communities and advocating on all levels of government the PTA way.
Your shortcut to knowing PTA’s history of leadership and expressing the consistent, compelling and credible message that PTA delivers. Show at meetings, PTA events and more!
Learn more about supporting PTA priorities, PTA’s history of successful activism, and how you can work with policymakers at the federal, state and local levels.
Election education and lobbying is an important part of PTA. This guide outlines ways to successfully carry out election and lobbying activities.
A useful mini-lesson on how a bill becomes a law, this flowchart illustrates the legislative process.
Tips on letting Congress know you are part of an advocacy association, and that PTA members are an invaluable resource when it comes to the well-being of children.
Find out more about National PTA’s history and tradition, and how to align your unit to the PTA’s mission and priorities and increase our strength and voice.
A toolkit, including state-specific resources, designed to assist you in understanding and communicating about Common Core State Standards.
How to make a difference: stand united and informed. These resources make it easy to stay on message when you are working to make changes that will benefit children.