PTA Comunitarios are Born in their Communities – Podcast Episode 144 | Classnotes Podcast 144
Classnotes Podcast (August 25, 2014) The national PTA president, Otha Thornton, recently visited several PTA Comunitarios in the Texas Rio Grande Valley and then, at the PTA national convention, presented an award to them for their work to improve schools in their communities. As this new model of parent engagement is sweeping across South Texas, others around the country are curious. In an earlier Classnotes podcast episode on how to start a PTA Comunitario, we outlined the three main phases. In this episode, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA senior education associate, and IDRA education associates Frances Guzmán, M.Ed. and Hector Bojorquez explore the first phase of establishing in a community base.
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By Aurelio Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
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