5 Ways to Advocate for K-12 Students in Your Community

Spread the loveEvery week I receive calls and emails from parents who have legitimate problems and issues with how their child’s school operates. In response, I frame my feedback in a way that increases that agency and empowers them to exercise. Parents have the power to hold their child’s school accountable, but they have to do a little leg work. In this article will discuss 5 ways to advocate for K-12 students in your community. Educate yourself. Your child’s school and the district that it is a part of is a public trust; meaning, it is empowered by all the … Continue reading 5 Ways to Advocate for K-12 Students in Your Community