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Tillie Elvrum Apr 4
An “A” rated school may not provide an “A” rated experience for every child. This is why I’m grateful everyday we had the freedom to choose the school setting that fit our student best. This is why we continue to fight for families.
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Jana Gregg Apr 3
These young people are amazing.
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P.S. Apr 4
Ugh! IEP’s are a law and define part of students’ population human rights! Do not put IEP’s in your negative lists, and do not imply that they are a burden! You wanna complain about students in IEPs? I have a solution-
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Aryan Gupta Apr 7
Who Invented School This is the top of question we ask to ourself and to others that who is that person who Invented School.
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Neal McCluskey Apr 6
The response to COVID-19 helps illustrate that our largely age-based, government-run K-12 system is too rigid. , many may be seeing, can fix that
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Tommy Schultz Apr 2
So Utah's is likely the first governor in history to VETO legislation that provides expanded educational options to families. Hopefully the next Governor of Utah has the courage to provide leadership in K-12 education!
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Tillie Elvrum Apr 6
It’s a shame this even has to be said...we should be standing with parents everyday as they advocate for their children.
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greenbrierschools 14h
applications are due May 1st! Please share!
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Peggy Downs 15h
You CAN write grants for your school. Find out how in this post.
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School Choice Nebraska 15h
It's time for a Nebraska parable. [remember: a parable illustrates general principles; it's not meant to be a perfect 1:1 correlation] You move to a new state where you're forced to pay the government for your children's clothes, whether or not they wear them.
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David Clement 16h
Just had a great chat with for this week's episode of Consumer Choice Radio! Stay tuned for that to drop on Saturday on !
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Michael Danubio Apr 3
It won’t be perfect but it’s well thought out and has the best interests of the students in mind. The future is bright and we are so thankful for
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Peggy Downs Apr 6
So grateful for another 5-star review! GRANT WRITING FOR IMPACT - Check it out!
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Rikki Heyman Apr 6
As an 8 I go to anger pretty much immediately before realizing what emotion I'm actually having but brings out my white hot flames of a 1000 suns. It's a pandemic your crusade against public schools can wait!!
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Empowered Arizona Families Apr 1
Paradise Valley Unified SD. Students enrolled in D & F rated schools are eligible for an Empowerment Scholarship!
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Duval Charter School Southside - Stingrays Apr 6
Good morning Stingrays! Here is your Pledge of Allegiance and Stingray Pledge led by Kinder, Amina! Please join her in saying your pledges this morning! Great Job Amina and thank you for your leadership!
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EdChoice 16h
"Kids need parents, not ideologies. You can believe fiercely in public schools on principle and have a child who is not well served, in practice, by your local ones..."
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Mater Lakes Academy Apr 6
Ms. Luna’s Psychology Class was learning about the brain virtually, even making a Jello model of the brain. @ Mater Lakes…
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G Apr 4
Not when the government forces you to stay home. Will only question when parents make the choice to home school. bad.
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Palmetto Kids FIRST Apr 6
📣 Tax Credits for Scholarships 04/04/2020 Parents Email Update! Sign-up for weekly newsletter: 👉 Illegally Misleading Donors? Read email here:
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