Take Action: Urge Your Representatives to Co-sponsor the Bill of Rights for Students and Parents Resolution

Join fellow parents and caregivers in advocating for welcoming, supportive, and inclusive schools for all families by urging your Representatives to co-sponsor the Bill of Rights for Students and Parents Resolution today! 

The Bill of Rights for Students and Parents Resolution is a statement of values that expresses Congress' commitment to building safe, welcoming, supportive, and inclusive schools across the nation and that highlights the importance of meaningful and inclusive parental involvement in K-12 education. The resolution was introduced by Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR-01), Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education and National PTA’s 2023 Congressional Voice for Children Awardee.

Contact your Representatives today to urge them to co-sponsor the Bill of Rights for Students and Parents Resolution (H.Res.219) and help ensure that all students—including students from historically marginalized communities—have the right to a high-quality, equitable education in a welcoming, supportive and inclusive school. Because we know that every student can reach their full potential when the school environment is one in which they are accepted, truly valued and can authentically be themselves. 

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