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Education

Sign TOP’s community schools petition today to Dallas ISD’s superintendent and trustees!

Our kids are being shortchanged. You can help stop the pipeline to prison by improving our schools! Parents, grandparents and concerned community residents are coming together to advocate for policies that are proven effective at reducing the dropout rate and creating career and college readiness for students from struggling school districts.

This community team identifies the education issues that are of priority concern to the community—i.e. dropout prevention, proper disciplinary programs, college and job readiness programs, test scores, quality instruction etc.

Working with the neighborhood and community, TOP members work to bridge a relationship between organized parents and organized teachers and school employees to build a common agenda. Working with the educators, we create a space to help allow parents to learn from teacher’s experiences about what actually works in the classroom and teachers to learn from parents about what their needs and concerns are for their kids and neighborhoods.

Together we can make a difference in local schools.

Click here to learn more about TOP’s work to make community schools a reality in Dallas ISD.

Click here to learn more about TOP’s recent efforts to reduce suspensions in Dallas ISD.

Latest under this Campaign

Dallas Independent School District tests out participatory budgeting

New water fountains and water bottle refill stations at a Dallas high school is hardly headline news, but these amenities represent a major step forward in the decision-making process for the way money is spent in Dallas schools. The decision to spend $2,000 on the fountains and refill stations at North Dallas High School was […]