THIS WEEK: 1,322 Events in New York to Raise Awareness About School Choice

The New York Area will play a key role in National School Choice Week, the largest celebration of educational opportunity in US history.

NEW YORK--()--National School Choice Week is underway in New York and across the country. There are 1,322 events planned in New York City, Newark, and Trenton to raise awareness about the options that parents have for their children’s education.

Nationwide, 32,240 events and activities are being organized to raise awareness during National School Choice Week (Jan. 21-27, 2018), and nearly 7 million Americans are expected to participate. It will be the largest series of education-related events and activities in US history. Celebrated since 2011, National School Choice Week is an independent public awareness effort. The week is nonpartisan and nonpolitical, and it is not related to any legislative advocacy campaign.

The Week brings attention to the different education environments that are available for families in different areas. Families in New York and New Jersey can choose from traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling.

“School Choice Week provides families in the New York area with the opportunity to research and evaluate the K-12 school choices available for their children in advance of the 2018-2019 school year,” said Andrew R. Campanella, president of National School Choice Week. “The Week also raises awareness of the importance of providing every child with effective education options.”

For information on events planned near you, please send us an email with information about your coverage area to pressoffice@schoolchoiceweek.com.

National School Choice Week is an independent public awareness effort designed to shine a spotlight on effective education options for children. National School Choice Week celebrates all types of school choice options, including traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling. Learn more at www.schoolchoiceweek.com or talk about school choice on social media using #schoolchoice.

Contacts

National School Choice Week
Mary C. Tillotson, 202-480-2927 ext. 824
Press Secretary
pressoffice@schoolchoiceweek.com

Contacts

National School Choice Week
Mary C. Tillotson, 202-480-2927 ext. 824
Press Secretary
pressoffice@schoolchoiceweek.com