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Nancy G. Krop advocates throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and in Sacramento to restore California public schools to the top performing, top funded schools California enjoyed a generation ago.

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Founder/CEO, Click My Cause

March 2016 – March 2020

Click My Cause empowered nonprofits and individuals to promote positive social impact on the local, state and federal levels, via a Two-Tap app.

Advocacy Consultant, Palo Alto PTA Council

August 2016 – June 2019

Action Team Leader, Policy Advocacy Team, Equal Start

October 2014 – June 2015

Equal Start is Congregation Beth Am's social justice initiative to provide high-quality early learning opportunities for every child.

Director of Legislation, Sixth District PTA

(Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties)
July 2013 – July 2015

VP of Advocacy, Palo Alto PTA Council

July 2012 – July 2014

Working with the PTA, the largest all-volunteer advocacy organization for children in California, Ms. Krop's education advocacy services include:

2010 California Attorney of the Year

Ms. Krop was recognized with this award based on her eight years of work as lead counsel on an education whistleblower lawsuit that went to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal and the U.S. Supreme Court. Ms. Krop worked with the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Department of Justice and brought in several law firms, resulting in the second largest settlement for the U.S. Department of Justice obtained without intervention. Learn more here.

2014 Honorary Service Award

The Palo Alto PTA Council, representing the seventeen K-12 Palo Alto public schools, presented Ms. Krop with a 2014 Honorary Service Award for her tireless education advocacy on behalf of all students in California. In particular, the Council recognized Ms. Krop's advocacy locally on behalf of students at risk of losing their homes to development, as well as her statewide education work to restore stable, longterm, adequate funding for all public school students.

Restoring California Schools to Greatness

Once the model, California schools now rank near bottom in per-student spending (cost of living adjusted) and our underfunded schools perform near bottom in math, reading and science.

The consequences of such education under-funding are severe. Instead of creating “tax-makers,” California is creating “tax-takers.” Since 1980 California built 20 prisons — half full of high school dropouts — and 1 university.

With 59% of California students growing up in poverty, and about 40% English learners, Ms. Krop urges California to re-invest in its most prized possession — its children, its future workers and its future consumers.

Sixth District PTA Advocacy

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As Director of Legislation for the Sixth District PTA, Ms. Krop advocated to improve the educational experience of all students.

In The News

Santa Clara County supervisors vote to endorse Proposition 13 reform measure
County hearing where Ms. Krop promoted restoring commercial property tax funding for California public schools.
Guest Opinion: Stanford's commitment to Palo Alto schools must be honored
Advocacy to protect high quality staff and programs in local school district.
How affluent Palo Alto PTA members are trying to save a working-class enclave
Ms. Krop's advocacy to preserve a local mobile home park, home to over 100 Palo Alto Unified School District students.
Nancy Krop: Making a Difference for California's Schoolchildren
Congregation Beth Am member spotlight.
Palo Alto lawyer takes aim at California's 'broken' education-funding system
Stunned by art, library cuts at son's school, mother is galvanized into action.