This is the first year in a while that I have not had a hand in facilitating a charter school lottery. While I’m excited about taking my dog for a long walk and relaxing with my husband instead of ramping up for my busiest week of the year, it feels
The National Alliance for Public Charters works hard to dispel myths about charter schools in their Truth About Charters series.
“Over the past five years, the charter school movement has grown dramatically. Today, nearly 3 million students attend more than 6,800 charter schools in the
We were honored to join educators, students, parents, and elected officials at the Arkansas State Capitol yesterday for a School Choice Rally celebrating educational choice for all Arkansas families.
At the end of the day, parents simply want the decision over where their kids go to school and
January 23, 2017, Fayetteville, Arkansas — Mayor Lioneld Jordan has officially proclaimed Jan. 22-28 as Arkansas School Choice Week, joining over 600 governors, mayors and county leaders who have issued similar proclamations. More than 21,000 independently planned events will be held around the country during National School Choice Week, comprising
The Northwest Arkansas School Choice Festival was an enormous success! Thank you to all of you who joined us on January 14 to celebrate school choice and learn more about education in Northwest Arkansas.
Over 30 schools participated, interacting with hundreds of families and building relationships with other
Andrew Campanella and Shelby Doyle share some of the great events that are already underway as we celebrate Day 1
of National School Choice Week 2017. The 2017 NWA School Choice Festival is featured at 1:06.
The NWA School Choice Festival was featured in an article by National School Choice Week President, Andrew Campanella, in The Washington Examiner.
“Just this weekend in northwest Arkansas, for example, nearly 1,000 parents and students attended a school fair in Springdale. Traditional public schools, charter schools, magnet schools and private schools
NWA School Choice Festival was featured in an article by NWA Online.
“While working on a report for state officials, Holaway and Martin Schoppmeyer, founder and superintendent of Haas Hall and of the NWA School Choice organization, saw a need for schools to collaborate and developed a plan for schools