National School Choice Week is a not-for-profit effort to raise awareness of effective K–12 education options for children. We focus equally on traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online schools, and homeschools.
There is no question that we need to teach young people reading, math, science, and history, but content knowledge is only part of what students need to know and be able to do.
Join this edWebinar to gain confidence in implementing STEAM with K-8 students. We will focus on pedagogy, the reasoning behind STEAM, and how integrating it into education can build a critical-thinking foundation and problem-solving skills for younger students.
Join this edWebinar with Sam Kary from New EdTech Classroom and explore new ideas and easy, creative ways to reimagine flipped instruction for the rest of the school year.
In 2022, we’ll mark 42 years of the TCEA Convention & Exposition. But it feels like we are just getting started. Each year, we design an event focused on accelerating learning and connecting educators with powerful teaching strategies and techniques — and with each other.
It's past time for Idaho to embrace full school choice and Corey DeAngelis, the top advocate for school choice in the country, will point that at at this rally.
America’s future rests in part on how the country prepares the next generation to live and lead. Childhood is a cost-effective and consequential time to make investments that last a lifetime. Yet many children in the United States do not have the resources or relationships they need as a foundation for their futures.
As we approach forty years since A Nation at Risk was published, join us for a conversation around the recent EduDream research series exploring how the movement addressed structural inequities; what unintended consequences have occurred, particularly for students of color; and what equitable approaches, if any, have been taken to address those unintended consequences.
This gathering is designed to discuss unschooling, life-learning, parenthood, human-hood…. LIFE! We are not only exploring the educational component, but we are exploring the family and the community, not to mention…. each individual. We welcome people open to growth, open to exploring, open to respect of every individual, and most importantly….. love and respect of our young as the amazing human beings that they truly are.
With schools thrust into the global pandemic, equity became a critical barometer as changes were made to accommodate necessary distance learning, safety, technology, mental health and wellness, and other innovative approaches to education.
Is it Time for New Jersey, New York and Connecticut to Re-evaluate School Choice?
Please join the Urban Institute and DIAG USA for a discussion of German and US apprenticeship best practices to advance high-quality apprenticeships, featuring the First Lady of Germany and other distinguished guests.