Who We Are


A community of people from across the United States that is dedicated to empowering parents to get involved in their children’s education, taking charge of their rights as taxpayers and having access to the best schools the state has to offer.

We support teachers, we demand higher standards for our educational system and we call upon the districts for complete funding transparency. #Purpleforparents got its start in Arizona, but we represent big communities in Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia, Texas and more.

Oh, and we wear purple.

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#PurpleForParents | Goals

  • Prevent Future Teacher Strikes
  • Expand School Choice
  • Responsibly Fund Schools & Teachers
  • End Politicking in Schools
  • End Indoctrination in Schools
  • Resource Officers in Every School

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    Are you ready for your voice to be heard and fight the good fight? The #PurpleforParents team is starting the fight for schools to be funded intelligently and for parents to have a louder voice than ever before. Of course, this means we need help too. Donations of any size would be greatly appreciated to help with our advertising, marketing, giveaways and our overall attempt to support all parents when it comes to school choice.


    Did You Know?


    Arizona ranks 5th worst school system in U.S. #RedForEd demands a %20 raise in pay even though they are failing our students.


    School districts receive a combined $211 million in “desegregation funding” each year (without any oversight)


    Arizona third-graders are not proficient in reading. #RedForEd is demanding tax increases to pay for raises, with no commitment to improve test scores.

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      Get Involved

      • Register on our website forum!
      • Contribute to the conversation on our social media channels
      • Join or start your own local #PurpleForParents group in your school district!
      • Go to school board meetings
      • Go to Precinct / Local Political Party meetings
      • Write / Call your local legislators
      • Get your friends and family involved