The foundation of a successful and productive life often lies in education, yet too many children here and around the world miss the opportunity to attend school. We must strengthen our public schools at home and access to education, particularly gender equality for girls, worldwide. How can you provide a better future for a child? Look below to see how fellow Episcopalians have acted; can you add your voice to theirs?
Working together for justice.
|DATE / NUMBER||TITLE|
|1979-B031||Petition Congress on the Issue of Educating Deaf Children|
|1985-A108||Develop Opportunities for Episcopalians to Become Involved in Public Education|
|1985-B039||Express Mind of the House on Legislation for Early Childhood Programs|
|1988-A116||Support Improvement of Public School Education|
|1991-A241||Approve the Episcopal Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Scholarship Fund|
|1994-D090||Urge Constitutional Balance in Considering "Moment of Silence" Statutes|
|2000-B036||Commend and Support the Public School System|
|2000-D002||Appropriate Funds for the Single Parent/Mother Programs at Historically Black Colleges|
|2003-A038||Include Peace and Justice Studies and Training in Episcopal College and School Curricula|
|2006-A129||Affirm Evolution and Science Education|
|2006-C045||Commend Leadership of the three Historically Black Colleges|
|2009-A149||Support for the Indigenous Theological Training Institute (ITTI)|