To truly realize the mission of public education, we need to reach out to parents to educate them about the choices available to them and their children. Providing choice is of limited value if we cannot ensure our students end up in the school that is best suited to meet their specific educational needs.Read More
Research shows that students who drop out are influenced by a wide range of factors, and that the act of leaving school is usually not the consequence of any one particular event, but rather a long process of disengagement.Read More
Parents want and should expect to receive the best learning outcomes for their children, regardless of how much money they make, where they live, or any individual learning challenges. Educational choice is not just about providing options for parents and their children; it’s also a social movement that can potentially propel our entire educational system into more innovative learning environments.Read More
Exposure to technology helps to prepare our children for the future of work—a future that is increasingly location-independent and isn’t ruled by the clock.