1) Acronym for Parent Teacher Association; 2) A group of parents and teachers who are publicly charged with shaping a school's policies, though the president is frequently a political operative charged with keeping the school in line and reporting traitors to the superintendent and school board
Parents Teachers Association
Parent Teacher Association. This is an association of parents, educators, students, and other citizens active in their schools and communities which supports children and educational issues.
Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a member-driven organization intended to support students, staff and parents. Parents and staff are invited to attend monthly meetings usually held on the second Tuesday.
Parent Teacher Association. A national organization of parents, teachers, and other interested persons that has chapters in schools. They rely entirely on voluntary participation and offer assistance to schools in many different areas.
OCS does NOT have a PTA! Instead, our parents and teachers are organized into board committees that provide all the volunteer needs and expertise that the school requires.
Predicted Transmitting Ability is the predicted difference of a parent animal's offspring from average, due to the genes transmitted from that parent. Each PTA is given in the units used to measure the trait. The PTA for milk is reported in pounds or kilograms, the PTA for productive life is reported in months.
Parent Teacher Association; school-based association of parents and teachers. Facilitates home/school contact, holds educational and social meetings and raises funds.
Parent Teacher Association. A community of school group consisting of teachers and parents working together to improve education.