The Delaware Congress of Parents and Teachers, also known as the Delaware State PTA, is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization made up of volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of Delaware’s children. With more than 7000 members, the Delaware State PTA is Delaware’s largest and oldest child advocacy organization. We are a state charter of the National PTA, made up of local units throughout the State of Delaware.
Delaware State PTA prides itself on being a powerful voice for children, a relevant resource for parents, and a strong advocate for public education. Membership in the Delaware State PTA is open to anyone who is concerned with the education, health, and welfare of children and youth, and supports the mission of PTA.
To find a local unit in your area, to become a member, or support our statewide efforts as a corporate sponsor, please feel free to contact us at (302) 838-8770 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Get It Right Podcasts: Terri Hodges, President, Delaware PTA
By Get It Right on April 7, 2014
Dr. Terri Hodges, the president of the Delaware PTA, discusses the importance of proper planning, a collaborative process and the need for the separation of the standards and the tests to ensure progress. In Delaware, parents played a key role in implementation, a process that has taken more than three years.
Olé! Turn Spanish to English with one “Click”!
Today’s Membership Monday highlight focuses on diversity and instructs how to translate the PTA.org website from English to Spanish with the click of a button.
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