Advocacy and Policy
The Missouri Charter Public School Association (MCPSA) knows that supportive public policy is essential to achieve a high-quality public education for all children. This is why MCPSA works tirelessly to advocate charter school growth, provides equitable funding and ensures strengthened oversight and quality. Underlying our efforts is our commitment to telling the story of charters across the state.
As advocates, MCPSA staff represent Missourians from Jefferson City to Washington, D.C., but we cannot do this work alone. We need our teachers, parents, and supportive community members to take an active role to help us tell the charter school story. Your participation is integral to our success
to advocate for school choice and education.
Learn How to Advocate for Charter Schools
To learn more about what it means to be an advocate and how to help, please click on the links to resources below: