ALL CHILDREN WITH ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION
“EVERY CHILD DESERVES TO BE WANTED”
For Aidan and his family, all they needed was a school that wanted to help. For years they searched for solutions and options before they finally found an answer.
Lawmakers Stifle Learning The U.S. House Appropriations Committee recently voted to cut $40 million from the federal Charter Schools Program, in addition to placing new burdensome restrictions on how charter schools operate. In response, the Georgia Center for...
Learning keeps you growing Most people agree that learning is important. I’m just not sure we understand how important it really is. I can still remember as a child believing that I needed to know everything or people wouldn’t think I was smart and capable. I hear...
The June 8 Roanoke School Board meeting addressed student learning loss and post-pandemic reorganization. As a Hollins University student and member of the Roanoke community, I care about access to education. In my research, I found a study from the Georgia Center for...
FOR SAVANNAH, THE LOCAL SCHOOL OPTION WAS UNABLE TO MEET HER NEEDS
Georgia Center for Opportunity’s School Choice Handbook serves as a reference for anyone seeking school choice options.
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