Take Action

Your voice counts, especially to elected officials who want to make sure they are responding to their constituents.

Campaigns to reach elected officials are constantly shifting according to the legislation that is pending in each state and in Washington, DC. Look below to see how you can take a stand for funding and programs for nonpublic schools.

New York

No action is required at the moment.

New Jersey

Click Here to help remind the state legislative leadership that providing funding parity for nonpublic school students in the 2017-2018 budget is imperative for our children.

Florida

Click here to show your appreciation to the legislative sponsors of Florida’s $645,000 first time funding for security in Florida Jewish schools.

Pennsylvania

Click here to send a letter to your state representatives to support EITC.

Click here to send a letter to your state representatives to support EITC and OSTC, the tax credit programs that result in scholarships for low and middle-income families.

Click here to urge your representatives to Keep and Expand Security at Schools

Maryland

No action is required at the moment.

California

The California legislature has rejected our call for security funding for nonpublic schools.

Teach CA worked with Assemblyman Marc Levine over the spring to draft legislation to establish a $10 million grant to provide security at nonpublic schools targeted for hate crimes.

This legislation was particularly important in the wake of increased anti-religious incidents in California and across the country.

The legislation was received with bipartisan supported in the Assembly Judiciary Committee, but now, the legislature has cut the funding from the fiscal 2018 budget.

We can’t let that happen!

We urge you to contact your legislators and tell them to reinstate the security grant for our nonpublic school children. All you need to do is fill out the form below. You can help protect thousands of children, and it will only take five minutes of your time.

To date, legislatures across the country, like New York, Maryland, and Florida, have passed security funding for nonpublic schools. It’s time for California to get on board.

National Legislation

Proposals are in the works for increased homeland security grants, tax credits and tax credit scholarships. Sign up for updates to know when you can make a difference.