Is your child’s home an extension of the classroom? In this edition of Choice Conversations we follow the stories of Ka’Mauri Harrison and Tomie Brown, two Jefferson Parish public school students who were participating in class lessons on Zoom while a BB gun was in view of the camera. This led to threatened suspensions by their public school […]
With all of the tragedies and turmoil afflicting our country, the American Federation for Children has been eagerly advocating for children and their K-12 educational opportunities.
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$16.9 million U.S. Department of Education grant award will allow the money to follow the child.
Senators Tim Scott and Lamar Alexander have introduced legislation to ensure K-12 students can return to the private school they attended before the pandemic and to create opportunity for more families to choose an option that will work best for their child.
During the coronavirus crisis parents are taking a more predominant role in supporting their child’s education.
Dr. Michelle Clayton, Superintendent of University View Academy, discusses how the online charter school is continuing its mission of bringing quality education directly into the homes of its students during COVID-19.