LFC Daily News Clips | February 5, 2016 Good Morning New Orleans’ Recovery School District and Denver received the top ranking in the new Education Choice and Competition Index (ECCI), an annual guide to the conditions of K-12 school choice in the nation’s 100+ largest school districts, released yesterday by the Center on Children and […]
Monthly Archives: February 2016
During Louisiana’s celebration of National School Choice Week parents from across the state engaged in passionate discussions about the importance of all types of education options for children. At events in Lafayette, Baton Rouge, Metairie and New Orleans parents and educators shared the positive impact of Louisiana’s many educational choice options – including scholarship schools, […]
LFC Daily News Clips | February 4, 2016 Good Morning A great read this morning, Ron Matus’ article at redefineED.com on school choice, black history and BAEO’s report – “The State of Education in Black America”. http://bit.ly/1Sv9UqX On Wednesday, the U.S. House Education and Workforce Committee held a hearing solely focused on school choice nationwide. http://bit.ly/1QezB8z […]
New Orleans’ St. Mary’s Academy has a distinguished history of educating African-American students. Founded by the Sisters of the Holy Family in 1867, St. Mary’s Academy continues as a private Catholic college preparatory co-educational elementary and a middle/high school for young women. Corrine Celestine saw the historic institution as the perfect school for her daughter […]
New Orleans mother Corrine Celestine and her two children are successfully working as a family toward their tomorrow. This family has the right opportunities today thanks to school choice.
“Every parent should be able to choose the best school for their children.”