Parent College is the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools’ signature family engagement program designed to create space for families to dream, learn, engage, and act on behalf of their students. Participants can choose to join virtual workshops across 4 unique tracks: Restorative Justice, Foundational Skills, Health and Wellness, and Leadership and Advocacy. Participants who attend and sign-in for 4 or more virtual sessions will be invited to our end of year graduation!
- Check out our flyers for more details!
- Archived workshops: PC Zoom videos
- Check out our past workshops that we have recorded for you.
- (coming soon)
This year our annual University Day will be held virtually across 2 days starting Friday, February 24th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, February 25th from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. The event will provide families with information about how to support their children on their journey to college. Families will hear from college representatives, Partnership alums, and educators about the journey to and through college. Participants will also learn strategies to promote college readiness at home.
Families with students currently enrolled in a school within the network of Partnership for Los Angeles Schools will have an opportunity to enter into a scholarship raffle after attending both days and completing a University Day Scholarship form. Further details and instructions will be provided during the event.
- Thank you for joining us for University Day! Click on the link below to see this year’s University Day Scholarship recipients:
- Click on the link below to explore our Library of Virtual College Tours and Resources from previous University Days!
To share your thoughts or questions email us at email@example.com. and we’ll respond as soon as possible.
United Parents for Educational Justice
Parents also can join United Parents for Educational Justice (UPEJ), a parent organizing and advocacy group supported by the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. This parent-led group focuses on policies that will improve schools, such as pedestrian safety and equitable school funding. UPEJ recruits parent leaders across Partnership schools and meets several times a month to strategize for its advocacy campaigns.