2013 National PTA Federal Public Policy Agenda
Each year National PTA publishes a public policy agenda that outlines policy priorities and recommendations for Congress. The priorities are selected based on the following criteria: timeliness of issue (is it being considered before Congress and the Administration), opportunities for National PTA to provide leadership and expertise to Congress, alignment to National PTA’s mission and resolutions, and ability to achieve a meaningful policy change that will produce positive results for children and their families. You can also view our Policy Issue Briefs for more infomation.
The 2013 Public Policy Agenda features four key policy areas:
- Child health and nutrition
- Juvenile justice and delinquency prevention
- School safety