Power of Public Education Lafayette will hold its annual legislative breakfast from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. March 25 at the Lafayette Science Museum, 433 Jefferson St.

The free event by the nonprofit advocacy group is an opportunity for the public to discuss education policies with area legislators, some of whom have prefiled bills that could impact public education for the legislative session that begins April 13.

“PPEL believes that it’s important for citizens to have access to area legislators. Parents and educators and the general public don’t have lobbyists who represent their interests in Baton Rouge,” Toby Daspit, PPEL president, said in a news release. “PPEL’s annual breakfast is an opportunity to talk about public education issues in Lafayette and Louisiana and know that our legislators are listening to us.”