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PTA

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parent-teacher association:

see parent educationparent education,
movement to help parents' understanding of the problems of children at home and in the school. Much parent education is carried on through the channels of adult education, both formally and informally.
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Mrs Payne resigned from the Parent Teacher Association when the allegations against her came to light some months ago.
He said the project was initiated by Parent Teacher Association members Jiju Varghese and Limnesh Augustine.
Dupre; (2) Karen Donovan, right, president of the Southbridge Parent Teacher Association, is presented a check for $1,000 by Southbridge Credit Union's Paul Raffa, development manager, and Yolanda Alvarado, branch manager.
And the funds they will receive will go to the Thornaby school's Parent Teacher Association (PTA) which provides the cash for school activities, equipment and outings.
CHILDREN at a city primary school are benefiting from thousands of pounds raised by their parent teacher association.
Last year, NEA and the National Parent Teacher Association joined forces to build the "Nation's Largest Teacher Thank You Card.
THE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION has shrunk significantly since its heyday of 12 million members in the 1950s, to a membership of less than six million today.
BARCLAYS employee Dawn Keylock helped raised more than pounds 1,500 for Finham Primary School's Parent Teacher Association.
But Margaret Morrissey of the Parent Teacher Association said girls should not get the pill without parents' consent and expressed concern over lads' mags.
is home to the first Parent Teacher Association (PTA) in a juvenile correctional facility in the United States, reported The Albuquerque Tribune.
The school's Parent Teacher Association is raising money to help the family pay for funeral costs and to assist them in purchasing an airline ticket for an older sibling traveling from Mexico in time for the services, which begin Sunday.
I was annoyed by the flyer for two reasons: first because of the BSNs discrimination against gays and nontheists, and second because the contact person listed on the flyer was officially identified as being on the board of the school's Parent Teacher Association.

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