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Parent Association/Parent-Teacher Association (in PDF)
Parent Associations (PAs) are the main way for parents to get involved in their children’s schools. Parent Associations are school-based organizations open to all parents, foster parents, and legally appointed guardians of children currently attending a New York City public school. If a PA decides to include teachers, parent members can elect to become a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA).
Parent Coordinators
Parent Coordinators are responsible for encouraging and promoting active involvement by parents in their children's education.
Parents' Frequently Requested Resources
View the most frequently requested resources from the Department of Education.
School Leadership Teams (in PDF)
School Leadership Teams (SLTs) are school-based organizations composed of an equal number of parents and staff. They meet at least once a month, and determine the structure for school-based planning and shared decision-making.
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