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October 21, 2008
   For Immediate Release
PTA Radio Digs into the Dad Difference
Focuses on being more than a financial provider,
learning fathering skills, understanding limitations

CHICAGO (October 21, 2008) – PTA Radio’s sophomore show continues the first series of shows that focus on male involvement tips in an in-depth interview with a father involvement expert from the National Fatherhood Initiative (NFI)—a partner organization of PTA’s Men Organized to Raise Engagement (MORE) alliance. 

The show, called “What a Difference a Dad Makes,” features an interview with Vincent DiCaro, Director of Public Affairs at NFI.  DiCaro provides insight on basic fathering skills, confidence and strengths.

Anyone can listen to PTA Radio on-demand and catch a quick show online at their leisure with the click of a mouse.  Show lengths range from 5 – 10 minutes and features interviews with different national experts every other week. 

The shows are hosted by Rae Pica, an author and international education expert specializing in early childhood physical activity; and Chuck Saylors, National PTA’s first-ever male president-elect. 

Parents and child advocates can listen to PTA Radio by visiting or by clicking here:  PTA’s website also highlights other male involvement information at

About PTA
As the nation’s largest volunteer parent organization, PTA comprises more than 5 million members, including parents, students, educators, school administrators, and business and community leaders. With more than 25,000 local units, PTA flourishes in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Department of Defense schools in Europe and the Pacific. PTA is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Membership in PTA is open to anyone who is concerned about the education, health, and welfare of children and youth.

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James Martinez
O: 312-670-6782 x325
C: 773-339-4533

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