CONTACT INFORMATION YOU SHOULD SAVE
Get names, emails, phone numbers and other contact information for Austin-area representatives.
ADVOCACY GROUPS YOU SHOULD KNOW AND JOIN
Find out who we work with on the various issues affecting public education.
ARTICLES YOU SHOULD READ
Lots of articles and explainers about our legislative priorities
and how things work in Texas.
PTA Rally Day is a bi-annual event where PTA parents, students, and teachers from all over Texas come together to rally support for public education. We start the day with a caucus and a meeting with state lawmakers, followed by a rally on the Capitol steps, and then finish the afternoon with smaller meetings with our individual reps. We'll provide lunches for all PTA members and students. Join us! And bring a friend.
**If you RSVP in advance, we'll provide lunches for all PTA members and students.
Click here for more information.
MAKE SOME NOISE
Every Monday morning, we'll post a new Action Item that'll give you information about an issue we're advocating about. We'll tell you what the issue is and offer a script you can use when you call or write your representatives. Please bookmark this page and share it with your communities so they can help us MAKE SOME NOISE for our public schools.
Who Represents Me: Please use this tool to find your representatives and store their contact information for easy access.
TELL YOUR STORY
Parents and Educators are the two most powerful voices in our advocacy for a fully funded and supported public education system for our children and ALL the children of Texas. Please join us by sharing your story with us so we can share it with the policymakers making decisions that affect our schools this session.
ISSUES WE CARE ABOUT
The ACPTA automatically falls under the National PTA and Texas PTA, so their priorities are ours. In addition, we've added support for our LGTBQ+ community members. For a full list of our ACPTA legislative priorities, click here.
For more information about the issues and partner organizations, please visit ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS.