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Here at PSO, we charge ourselves with providing our members and prospective members with the tools they need to advocate effectively for their children’s educational options.
To that end, we've put together this Advocacy 101 series with important information from our toolkit that we hope will serve as a resource for you as you navigate the world of parent advocacy.
Whether you are new to advocacy or a decades-long veteran in need of a refresher, this guide walks you through the foundation of advocacy work, to include best practices for effective communications with elected officials and decision-makers, social media, crafting your story, and maximizing your messaging.
This toolkit is meant to be used as you see fit. Each topic can stand on its own for those who want to pick and choose from these lessons, or the entire toolkit can be worked through in succession.
While advocacy will continue to evolve, we will aim to adapt these practices to the latest formats that lawmakers and decision-makers find accessible.
You will learn:
How to set up a meeting with your lawmaker
Tips for writing a letter to your lawmaker
How to share your story on social media
How PSO can help you place a Letter to the Editor (LTE) or Op-Ed
Download our entire advocacy toolkit here.