For 100 years, the Michigan Parent Teacher Association (Michigan PTA), a chapter of the National PTA, has been the leading voice for advocacy for children in our state. Michigan PTA promotes local, regional and state efforts to promote the education and well-being of all children in our state by working with families, educators, business and community leaders, and the legislature to make sure child related concerns are being met.
Historically, PTA’s advocacy efforts have accomplished many important initiatives including:
Advocate Leaders at Large (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. As an A.L.L. PTA member, you support the Michigan PTA and all PTA/PTSAs in Michigan.
A.L.L. PTA members:
If there are no PTA schools in your area, join Advocate Leaders at Large (A.L.L.) PTA and tap into all that PTA has to offer.
No kids? Support public education by joining A.L.L. PTA.
Elected official? Support local parents/schools by joining A.L.L. PTA.
Retired? Add your voice to our efforts by joining A.L.L. PTA.
Don’t want to volunteer? Perfect! A.L.L. PTA doesn’t have a volunteer requirement.
College Student? Support public education by joining A.L.L. PTA.
Company owner? Supporting A.L.L. PTA helps all children.
Superintendent? Join A.L.L. PTA and consider PTA’s benefits for your district.
Former A.L.L. Member? Renew today!
Current Local PTA Member? Join A.L.L. PTA to support statewide advocacy.
(membership does not provide voting privileges at local PTAs)
Today’s students are tomorrow’s employees. Parents, Educators and Businesses need to work together to ensure the best possible education for every child
When you join your local PTA/PTSA as a business member, your $50 annual membership supports child advocacy efforts locally, state-wide and nationally*. For more than a century, PTA has reminded our nation of its obligations to children and provided resources and important information to parents and teachers.