We support equal opportunity for high quality education for all students from early childhood through community college. We work actively to educate ourselves and the community about innovations in education as well as financing for education.


We support: More open communication between School Board and citizens.

The LWV California campaign helped produce this video in 2015 to restore revenue to schools, public services and infrastructure repair.

  • In 2016, the LWVPA participated in a consensus for the California Public Higher Education 2013-16 position, outlined here.

Community Volunteer Opportunities:
We have several opportunities to volunteer to register voters and tell people about the League of Women Voters!

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Volunteer at Cantigny to register voters who will become citizens Tuesday, September 17, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sign up to volunteer as a registrar. Five registrars are needed. Thank you!


panel of speakers
Event Date: 
Aug 30 2018 - 6:30pm
Event location: 

El Centro West Dallas Community College

For free reservations email or call 214-688-4125.


Mavis Knight, State Board of Education 2002 – 2014

 The Education Committee directs the use of League program positions to help ensure all schools in our member communities provide an excellent education to all students. It promotes awareness and skills for political participation within the schools.
Among the projects the committee is engaged in are:

Event Date: 
Aug 14 2018 - 10:00am
Event location: 

South Berkeley Senior Center

Great news! Schools & Communities First – the Prop 13 reform coalition -- has collected enough signatures to qualify our initiative for the 2020 ballot!

WPEN Summer Summit Aug 1, 2018

4th Annual Wisconsin Public Education Network Summer Summit  

August 1, 2018
Appleton North High School


Support of a public school system that is accountable to the students and to the taxpayers. Support of the development and maintenance of a high quality educational program in a safe environment.


The League of Women Voters of Santa Monica supports local programs that provide for all persons' equality of opportunity in education, employment, and housing.