Public Schools are the RIGHT CHOICE

Because 90% of America’s children attend public schools, strengthening our public schools is absolutely imperative.

Public education is not selective

The very existence of Parents for Public Schools is a testament to parents who believe that public education is so valuable that it is worth fighting for. PPS parents come together in small rural communities, mid-sized cities, and large urban centers not to complain about our schools, but to work with them to make a quality public education available to all students, no matter their neighborhood, ethnicity, race, or gender. Public education is the bedrock of our democracy, indicative of our belief that everyone should have the opportunity to receive the learning that will provide a pathway to a successful future. Public education is not selective. It is available to all.

Help us keep our public schools strong. Help us keep our country strong. Give today. Public schools … still the right choice.

Read about our work

The PPS Impact

Public school decisions require parent voices

November 28, 2017

Raising the PPS voice!

November 28, 2017

The Parent Voice has Power!

November 28, 2017

Paulette’s Vision Comes Alive

November 28, 2017

On to graduation!

November 28, 2017

Public Schools the Right Choice!

November 28, 2017

Still Going Strong!

November 28, 2017

A Bridge Repaired

November 28, 2017

PUBLIC SCHOOLS are worth fighting for!

November 27, 2017

Our strength is in our numbers. Thank you for joining with other parents throughout the country to make public schools great. Please feel free to make a donation to the chapters below or complete the donation form below to make your contribution to the National Office.

PPS Ambassadors

  • Anne Foster

  • Eddie Fulton

  • Catrena Hawkings

  • Kathy Herring

  • Marilyn James

     

  • Susie Kaeser

  • Carrie McWilliams

  • Kareem Moffett

  • Pamela Payne

  • Maretta Robbins

  • Daniel Smith

  • Sharolyn Smith

  • Keith Worshaim

  • Patricia Wright

  • Jason Young