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  • Closing June 30, 2016

    12208701_10153285531486267_1783722633402773374_nWith great pride for what we have accomplished over 14 years, Parents United for Public Schools will be closing our doors on June 30, 2016, leaving a legacy of parent activism in your capable hands. Through the years, Parents United has impacted residents’ understanding of the role of government in the classroom, played a notable role in the decades-long battle to increase funding to schools, and ensured parents a place at the table in education policy creating and change. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
  • At the Capitol

    images-1Update for May 20: Down to the Wire!

    Lawmakers have until late night Sunday to come to agreement over a bonding bill and the state surplus. We're left speculating where things will land on Monday!

    Inside:

    • Same and similar provisions accepted this week
    • This year's Teacher of the Year
    • Our final Legislative Wrap Up on June 4--Register!
    • Worth a Second Look: what are we waiting for?
  • Our final session wrap-up on June 4, 2016

    Unknown-2Please join us on Saturday, June 4 from 10:30-12 at the Roseville Public Library community room for our annual Legislative Wrap-Up. We will discuss outcomes of the session and the implications for classrooms, teachers and students. We will also touch on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), including the timeline and differences from No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Lastly, as this is our final Wrap-Up, we will recognize the work of Parents United over fourteen years. Please register now so we know how many people to expect. Count on coffee, cake and intriguing conversation.