2019 PAVE Parent Policy Summit
Saturday, June 1st, 2019
9 am – 1 pm
KIPP DC College Prep (1405 Brentwood Pkwy NE)
The Third-Annual PAVE Parent Policy Summit (P3 Summit) will give parents a platform to share the issues they have identified as most critical to their children’s education. At the Summit, parent leaders will vote for the two issue areas they believe should be the focus of their work in the coming year, and by the end of the event, they will create a parent-driven policy agenda for PAVE. We look forward to seeing parents and attendees come together around education issues in our city for the third year in a row, as we work to build an education system that is created not just for, but by and with families.
We need your help to tell us which issues are most important to YOU so that ALL parents and families across the city are included in the process! Take the Summit Issue survey and make your voice heard TODAY!
Check out highlights from last year’s PAVE Parent Policy Summit:
Last May, over 150 parent leaders from all wards, alongside elected officials and education advocates, came together to decide the issues that families wanted to see amplified for the 2018-2019. On June 1st, we’re filling the room with parent leaders, once again, to decide on a parent-driven policy agenda for 2019-2020! Register today – you won’t want to miss this!
Last year, PAVE voted to prioritize:
View the PAVE organization Prospectus
- 2017-2018 Overview
- Mental Health Supports in Schools
- Funding for DC Schools
- DC School Budgets
- At-Risk Funding in DC Schools
- The Power in Our DC Public Education System
- Public Schools in DC: DCPS and Charter Schools
- Policy Rundown 2017
- Community-Centered Leadership Selection
- The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and DC’s State Education Plan
- The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the State School Report Card
- Out of School Time (OST) Programs
- Special Education
Check Out Photos from Last Year’s Event!
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