South Fayette community members: "We are Partners"
More than 150 parents, teachers, school board members, community leaders, and legislators gathered at the South Fayette High School Theatre on Feb. 29 to say "I’m a Partner."
They joined PSEA's Partners for Public Education and agreed to speak out for the public schools and the students who learn there (learn more at www.partnersforpubliced.org).
"We are all Partners," said PSEA President Mike Crossey, who spoke during the event. "Now more than ever we need to join together, speak out, and support our public schools.”
South Fayette EA President David Taylor organized the event and spearheaded an active recruiting effort in his community.
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PSEA created Partners for Public Education to connect Pennsylvanians with their public schools, give them up-to-date information on policies that impact their students, and offer the latest research and information on public education.
Taylor convinced the South Fayette school board, superintendent, and parent groups to get involved with Partners for Public Education.
“It’s important to have Partners join,” Taylor said. “It isn’t until we speak in one, united voice that others are going to hear just how important public education is.”
Chapters of Partners for Public Education are forming across the state.