The Parent Advocacy Council for Education (PACE) Network joins community members together to advocate for equity, access and effective education in schools and spaces that serve the students of Wilmington, building a more unified voice on their behalf.

We have a vision to raise awareness about effective participation in the public education system for students living in the city of Wilmington and our initiative focuses on building a recognized parent leadership movement, driven by a community-built agenda. 

We do this by cultivating a stronger understanding of education policy among Wilmington citizens through a twice annual workshop series based at the Christina Cultural Arts Center, and connecting our members to opportunities to participate in school governance and policy-making up to the state and federal level, as well as outreach into neighborhoods that most need our support and opportunities we can provide.


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