Advocacy at RPS

  • RPS Teachers marching in Red For ED

    RPS believes that everyone can be an advocate! Whether for yourself, a friend or family member in need, or for public education policies and funding, advocacy is integral to the success of our students and well-being of our families and community.

    The Department of Advocacy and Outreach supports informing and empowering students, educators, parents, and community members to be positive and influential advocates for public education and RPS. Make sure to follow us on Facebook or sign up for our RPS Direct email list for additional updates and advocacy opportunities.

    Here are a few ways that you can get involved:

  • Current Advocacy Opportunities

    Learn more about how to get involved in current advocacy opportunities at the local, state, and federal levels.

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  • RPS Policy Priorities

    Education policy and funding is established at all levels of government. Learn more about the current priorities that RPS is advocating for to strengthen our district and public education in the city, state, and country!

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  • Advocacy Toolkit

    There are many ways to get involved and help advocate for the policies and priorities that you feel are important. Explore our Advocacy Toolkit to learn more about how to advocate.

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  • Civic Engagement Toolkit

    Check out our civic engagement guide for information on participating in government affairs and public discourse.

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  • Advocacy Training

    Explore the different ways to engage and learn more through advocacy trainings, Town Halls, and other events to put your advocacy skills to work!

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Contact Information

  • Matthew Stanley
    Director of Advocacy and Outreach

    301 North Ninth Street
    13th Floor
    Richmond, VA 23219
    Phone: 804-904-7828

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