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The BSCPTA was chartered as part of the National PTA in 2009.
The community PTA model is a growing trend designed to address larger issues
such as poverty, crime and inequality in the educational system that are far too
often seen in marginalized communities and have a profoundly negative impact on
students' educational outcomes.
The BSCPTA is recruiting 500 members from around. You can
become a member of the BSCPTA by sending your membership dues of $10.00 from
anywhere in the country to:
Black Star Community PTA
3509 South King Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60653
or call 773.285.9600 for more information. Please include
your name, address, email and phone number with each membership.
For more information about the
National PTA, visit www.pta.org.
Click Here to Learn How to
Establish a Community PTA