The United States Forum of Key Women Educators
Celebrate Public Schools Week
The United States Forum of Key Women Educators joins national education groups representing principals, superintendents, teachers, parents and other civic organizations for Public Schools Week, March 12-16, 2018, which celebrates the achievements that our public schools are making in this country and the critical roles they play in developing future generations of successful students.
As part of Public Schools Week, 50 national organizations will introduce a joint statement in support of public education on March 15 to promote the positive impact public schools have on our nation’s young people and the communities in which they live. To maintain this momentum, Members of Congress supporting this movement will share success stories about the schools and students from their respective districts.
“Communities are stronger and schools are better when we work in unison to support them and the axis of that support is public education,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA, The American Association of School Administrators. “There is no better time than now to speak out about the outstanding contributions made by our public schools. With the mounting changes in the education landscape, Public Schools Week creates a platform for Americans to express their feelings toward public school systems and why their success is a key determinant when it comes to our country’s future.”
The United States Forum of the DKG Society of Key Women Educators identifies major issues and legislation affecting women, children, and education. Members will meet in DC from March 18-21 for their National Legislative Seminar. Events include a day on the Hill to advocate for legislation to promote a positive impact on education and public schools. #publicschools
Elizabeth I. Tarner, Ed.D.
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