Every school should be a good school.

Parents for Quality Education (PQE), a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, was founded by civic minded parents in 2009 to improve public education through increased involvement of parents and the community in the educational process.

Why is Quality Public Education
So Important?

The well-being of our communities is fundamentally dependent upon the degree to which all children receive a quality education. Ultimately, having an educated populace determines the social, economic, and political strength of our local communities and our nation.

Good schools that provide quality education:

  • Help create communities where people want to live
  • Determine the employability and earning power of our students
  • Attract businesses with good paying jobs
  • Bolster public safety and property values of the surrounding community

Our Mission

Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of communities to act as catalysts to transform and revitalize public education so each and every child receives a quality education. It is our goal to make every school a good school.

Who We Are

Parents for Quality Education (PQE), a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, was founded by civic minded parents in 2009 to improve public education through increased involvement of parents and the community in the educational process.

News & Updates

CVE to PQE Brand Transition

In order to focus our actions where they’re needed most, PQE has decided to absorb all Community Voices for Education initiatives. Effective April 5, 2019, all relevant political action, advocation, and community efforts will be handled by Parents for Quality...

Thank You – School Board District Only Election!

Dear Parents and Advocates, Happy 2019! We wish everyone a Happy 2019 and thank you for your support in 2018!! We took some very positive steps in 2018 by continuing our fight for fair voter representation, increased our footprint on issues that are...

UT Editorial – Vote NO on Prop. YY San Diego School Bond

By The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board In 2008, local voters approved $2.1 billion in bonds for the San Diego Unified School District. In 2012, district voters approved an additional $2.8 billion in bonds. Now, with Proposition YY, the school board...