Take Action

Your story matters. 
Your advocacy matters. 
Together, they can make a real impact on education policy and funding. 

Members of Congress pay careful attention when they hear from constituents like you. And the more constituents that speak out on Title II, the more likely that Congress will heed requests for more funding. That was true when we fought successfully to save Title II from elimination, and it is true today as we seek long-overdue funding increases.

Just as your work is Powered by Title II, advocacy for Title II funding is powered by you.

Webinar: Skills, strategies, and motivation for making the case for professional learning

This webinar, originally created for our Virtual Advocacy Day, includes advocacy strategies and tips that are applicable to any advocacy effort. Watch to hone your skills, build confidence, and get excited about being an advocate.

Here’s how you can take action:

1. Compile and share your story about the impact of Title II in your school, district or state.

2. Email your members of Congress.

3. Tweet about the importance of Title II to your members of Congress.

4. Feature the Title II badges on your presentations and documents for activities funded through Title II.

5. Share the Title II information sheet when talking with decision makers and legislators.

6. Use the Title II talking points when advocating at the local or national levels.

7. Know your state’s Title II funding allocations.

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Download the badges below for presentations, web pages, account profiles, etc. (Click to download.)

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[Click to tweet] #TitleIIA is critical for teachers, school leaders, & principals to do their jobs effectively. Visit the new #PoweredByTitleII website to collect & share data about the impact of high-quality professional learning, & to strengthen your advocacy skills. https://ow.ly/n8Oj50Hw65U

[Click to tweet] This new website #PoweredByTitleII from @LearningForward makes your #TitleIIA advocacy efforts as easy as pushing a button. Visit now to access tools, templates, research, and more! https://ow.ly/n8Oj50Hw65U

 

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