It is Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! Each year, Florida dedicates seven days to recognizing and encouraging the journey of literacy for its children.
Continue Reading Crazy Socks & Quiz Shows: This is how Florida celebrates reading!
This year, an anticipated 16,000+ events will be held across the nation in support of school choice. Here are some highlights: Continue Reading ExcelinEd Celebrates National School Choice Week!
Last week Kelly Brady, the Director of Mastery Education* for the Idaho State Department of Education, explained why she believes in this approach to learning. Read Kelly’s first post here. Today, Kelly is sharing a second post, explaining just how Idaho is making Mastery Education a reality for its students. *Mastery Education, also known as… Continue Reading How Idaho Is Making Mastery Education a Reality
Today’s post is co-authored by ExcelinEd’s McKenzie Snow and Adam Peshek. Last week, they authored the post “ZIP codes are great for sorting mail. But kids?” Children have just one opportunity to receive an excellent education. Our parents were able select great schools for us. Because of our parents’ choices, we were each able to… Continue Reading Kids have one shot at education. Help parents make it count.
Today, we’re highlighting three governors—from New Mexico, Indiana and Georgia—who have used their state of the state addresses to discuss education. Continue Reading State of States Update: New Mexico, Indiana and Georgia Governors Spotlight Education
Thanks to advances in technology and new student-centered models of teaching and learning, we now have the tools to meet the needs of every learner! Continue Reading Why this experienced teacher believes in Mastery Education
In the past decade, we have seen a tremendous growth in school choice. Why? Because people acting on something they have known all along—education cannot be delivered like the mail. Continue Reading ZIP codes are great for sorting mail. But kids?
Yesterday, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant gave an inaugural speech that outlined a bright future for Mississippi students and their families–a future including a healthy dose of school choice. Continue Reading Mississippi Governor: We Should Not Stand in the School House Doorway and Resist School Choice
This week, our nation’s president and state governors have been giving state of the state speeches to address issues, call for change, recognize triumphs and paint hopeful portraits of the future. Today, we’re highlighting two governors—from Idaho and Arizona—who have used their state of the state addresses to discuss education. Specifically, how they plan to… Continue Reading State of States Update: Idaho and Arizona Governors Spotlight Education
Yesterday, Carson City District Court Judge James Wilson granted a preliminary injunction that orders the State Treasurer to stop implementing Nevada’s new education savings accounts pending further court deliberations. Blocking this new education program restricts Nevada parents from choosing the best education option for their children. Further, these actions will cause irreparable harm, disruption and… Continue Reading Why Nevada’s ESA program injunction should be immediately reversed