The Michigan Parent Teacher Association (PTA) mobilizes the forces of school, home, and community in order to ensure a quality education and nurturing environment for every child.
The Michigan Parent Teacher Association (Michigan PTA), a chapter of the National PTA, was established in Battle Creek, Michigan May 19, 1918. Since its start, Michigan PTA has been a leading voice in advocacy for children and families in Michigan.
Michigan PTA promotes local, regional and state efforts to focused on the education and well-being of all children in our state by working with families, educators, school boards, statewide associations and non-profit organizations, business and community leaders, the legislature, the State Board of Education and the Michigan Department of Education to ensure child-related concerns are being met.
Great Lakes PTA (formerly A.L.L.) is a state-level PTA membership that is designed for people who want to support the general mission of PTA at a broader level than one particular school PTA.
Great Lakes PTA amplifies your voice in our state and on Capitol Hill. When you belong to our PTA, you connect with a nationwide network of PTA advocates and a wide array of influential individuals and organizations. Your membership dues fund advocacy efforts that help all children and change policies and laws in your city, our state, and on Capitol Hill. Will you support our efforts by becoming a member?
Who should join Great Lakes PTA? Everyone who believes in the PTA mission to make every child's potential a reality, including:
Great Lakes PTA members:
(membership does not provide voting privileges at local PTAs)
Michigan PTA is celebrating the 125th anniversary of National PTA with a Day of Service! Support literacy and equity in Michigan by joining us in donating books to Brilliant Detroit throughout the month of March. Together we will make a difference for children and families!