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“Hop on Board the Student Advocacy Express Bus” by registering for the February 4, 2014 Student Advocacy Conference being held in the Fulton County Government Center at 141 Pryor Street, Atlanta, GA 30303. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., and the program begins at 9:45 a.m.
Mark your calendar and plan to spend a day becoming knowledgeable advocates. This is a day devoted to molding ‘Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s Advocates. At this event, students will learn how to become effective advocates in their schools, PTAs, PTSAs and communities by being more informed of Georgia laws relative to students. Do not miss this opportunity to take the "Journey to Student Success" by promoting advocacy for middle, high school and college students!
Learn how to be an important and effective part of PTA’s onevoice for everychild. You can make a difference!
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Georgia PTA represents 300,000 members at the state legislature, state board of education and other education and child-focused organizations; provides support and training for local PTAs through workshops and publications; coordinates special projects to promote the welfare of Georgia's children and youth, and much more.
Districts are geographical divisions of the state designated by Georgia PTA to carry on state work effectively. A council of PTAs is a group of three or more local unit PTAs within a Georgia PTA District. Districts and Councils assist local PTAs and PTSAs with membership and training.