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Public Policy

Public Policy

KDP helps empower educators to be part of the discussion of policies that impact students, teachers, schools, and teacher preparation.


Why engage in advocacy?

While educators focus on their students, their voices have often been missing in policy discussions, while other voices and views have filled the void. Educators have the expertise necessary to create the changes we know matter most.

Getting Started
By working together, we can make a difference in changing the public narrative surrounding education. For KDP members in the United States, learn all about how to enhance your advocacy and expand your influence.


How to Advocate




Reviews & Policy Memos
From the National Education Policy Center


New! Chapter Advocacy Officer
The person holding this new Officer position will help teach chapter members about education-related policy, show members how to advocate for the profession, and prepare members to lead through advocacy as they enter their classrooms.

Every Student Succeeds Act
Read this blogs series to learn more about various aspects of the ESSA legislation


More on ESSA


KDP Positions & Priorities
KDP serves as a reasoned voice in the education policy discussion. Learn more about the Society’s positions and priorities.

Position Statements
- Teacher Evaluation
- Common Core Standards

Policy Brief
Public Policy Priorities

KDP’s Public Policy efforts are advanced through the work of the Public Policy Committee, whose role is to create a forum to communicate and exchange education policy issues that advance.

 

Practice setting goals and agendas for lobbying meetings, develop a personal story to make a political point, and understand how to use group power when meeting with policy makers.
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