Advocating for our Students
There are many resources about public school education in the Delaware Valley, but the Council for the Advancement of Public Schools (CAPS) is the only one that is solely focused on issues of mutual concern to parents, students, educators, administrators and the communities of Bucks and Montgomery counties.
With more than 200,000 students in 42 districts, CAPS serves as a valuable resource to educate, inform and engage the community in the broad issues that impact how and what children learn in our schools every day. From apprising the community about the impact of charter and cyber schools, to weighing in on issues such as No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top, to providing helpful tips for parents as they support their children to succeed, we invite you to visit this Web site regularly. Stay informed and get involved today. It's the key to success for all of our students and the broader community that will depend upon a well-educated and informed population tomorrow...because public education builds strong communities.