A community that is informed, connected, and empowered can advocate for positive change. The Prince George's Parents will be a premier leadership development organization and advocates for better schools and voice of authority on leadership diversity in our country.


We will develop people of color and women who are committed to public service. Our programs and network of Fellows, Mentors, Alumni, and Community Partners will impact our nation by inspiring excellence and diversity in public service leadership for a changing America, promoting social justice and equity.


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Recent Posts

PGCPS to pay for Ap exams - System back down in face of protest

UPPER MARLBORO, MD. (WUSA9) – Prince George’s County school officials restored their promise to cover the cost of Advanced Placement exams for low-income students, hours before protestors who launched at petition planned to picket the Board of Education.

NAACP asks Prince George's County Executive to fire CEO Kevin Maxwell

The Prince George’s County chapter of the NAACP wants County Executive Rushern Baker to remove public schools Superintendent and CEO Kevin Maxwell immediately, following a number of incidents within the school system.

Major Protest planned for PGCPS Sasscer on Thursday to contend cutbacks in AP test funding

Many Students and parents in Prince George’s County are outraged after learning they will have to start paying for their Advanced Placement exams. As a result of this action, Prince George’s students plan to protest outside the School Board meeting (Sasscer Administration Building) on Thursday over the cutback in funding of AP tests.