Texas Colored Congress The story of the Texas Colored Congress of Parents and Teachers is a familiar one. In 1917, W.S. Benton, a Fort Worth teacher and mother, started a “mothers’ club” in her living...READ MORE
Why do people volunteer? I have to be honest. I am not a volunteer. At least, I’m not a volunteer yet. I am a young, single woman with no children and no ties to public...READ MORE
Today’s PTA consists of moms, dads, students, teachers, uncles, aunts, grandparents, community members, and those who just love PTA. We come from all backgrounds and many countries. Our languages are abundant. And we celebrate our...READ MORE
With the help of our Local and Council PTAs and their schools, Texas PTA paid visits to the campuses of our seven Outstanding Interpretation Award recipients for Reflections over several weeks beginning in late April....READ MORE
Last summer at Launch in Dallas, I was privileged to hear Sheri Doss give her acceptance speech as the new Texas PTA President. There was one part of her speech that really resonated with me....READ MORE
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