Definition: Legislative Action Committees (LAC) are local non-partisan, grassroots community groups of parents, grandparents, business leaders and other community members who have an interest in the future of our kids and community and who strongly believe in a quality and fully funded public education for our children. This group supports public K-12 education and advocates for public schools at the state legislature. They advocate for adequate and equitable education funding, the passage of new laws that build strong schools and for the repeal/modifications of existing laws that detract from education by:
Building relationships with local legislators to share information on the specific issues impacting the local school district
Educating and engaging the community in the political process to build grassroots support for public schools.
Having a presence at the state capitol to elevate the importance of K-12 public education.