parent-teacher association

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parent-teacher association

An organization that brings together the parents of children at a particular school and the teaching staff, intended to maintain good relations and communication between them and often to raise funds for the school.
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parent-teacher association

[ˌpɛərəntˈtiːtʃə əsəʊsɪˈeɪʃn] nconsiglio di classe
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Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Ugama (Perempuan) Alawiyah, Kangar Parents-Teachers Association (PIBG) president, Dr Abdul Jalil Ramli said the best school holidays should take into account all parties such as working parents and school children to be on holiday simultaneously.
National Parents-Teachers Association Consultative Council (PIBGN) Associate Professor Datuk Dr Mohamad Ali Hassan said among the matters that needed to be studied involved programmes and activities at the national level that had been jointly drawn up with schools in different states.
The awarding, Board Member Nancy Corazon Bacurnay, was the highlight of the recent 7th Parents-Teachers Association Congress held at the Diego Silang Hall of the Capitol Building, here.
Besides taking round of the college, the Director General also held a meeting with the office-bearers of Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) and agreed to their most of the demands.
Phillips, now the environmental chairperson of the Texas Parents-Teachers Association and a leader of Citizens to Save Lake Waco, says if someone had told her in 1990 she'd become an environmental activist, "I would have thought they were crazy.
Lague said members and officials of the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) conducted a cleanup drive and also decided to tear down the old school building.
During the emergency meeting of the Parents-Teachers Association on Friday, Grade II teacher Norma Maranjan said the physician's diagnosis and the result of further tests on the girl showed she did not die from meningococcemia.
Diarog is the Bagobo tribal chieftain of Sitio Kahusayan while Alegre is an officer of the Parents-Teachers Association of the Salugpungan Lumad school in the village.
Stolen were two computer monitors, two speakers and two central processing units, which were donated by the school's parents-teachers association.
private and public schools associations, the national student organizations, the national teacher organizations, the parents-teachers associations on matters affecting the concerned stakeholders.'