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The California Association for Parent-Child Advocacy is a collaborative, statewide organization which monitors, analyzes, and responds to both legislative and policy initiatives which would affect the education and lifelong prospectsfor students with disabilities in California. In addition, CAPCA provides a network of support for parents, professionals and attorneys who represent children with disabilities and their families. CAPCA provides several levels of support to its members as needed by the membership. This can include active listservs, topic archives, semiannual meetings, and a members section of the web site. Membership is required to access the member section of the website.

Membership Levels Include:
Attorney Membership-annual donation $150.00
Parent/Advocate/Professional Membership-annual donation $50.00

We accept Check or Google Wallet

Membership donation can be made one of two ways:

If you would like to make a payment using your Bank associated Visa or MasterCard, please send an email to: with your name the amount of your donation and if you are on the CAPCA Web list, or the CAPCA Law list. 

You will receive a email response to make your donation with your Bank associated Visa or Mastercard. (An additional $2.00 fee will be charged)

To make a membership donation via check, please send a check to the following address:

c/o Stan Ziegler, Treasurer
127 Apple Lane
Aptos, CA. 95003

Please note donations are not tax deductible at this time.

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January 23, 2017

On January 20, 2017 CAPCA wrote the following memo expressing our strong opposition to the nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education:

"Mrs. DeVos’s record and her responses during the HELP Committee hearing have broughttogether people with varying positions on school choice:  Whatever the theoretical virtues of choice, they cannot be realized in an uncontrolled, largely profit-driven system of the kind she did so much to bring to Michigan and now—despite failures there—seeks to scale up drastically.   In addition to substantive concerns, we are very concerned about the process that the HELP Committee has adopted.   There was insufficient time to ask about many important topics, and Ms. DeVos’s responses unfortunately made clear that detailed inquiry would have yielded even more alarming results. Page 1 of the memoincludes the names and fax numbers of the members of the HELP Committee. Please write your own letter and fax/call as soon as you can.


Acceptable Use Policy

As the CAPCA listservs grow bigger we recognize the need to create an Acceptable Use Policy to protect the integrity of the CAPCA listservs and the privacy of posts submitted by its members.
To view the policy, please click here