Celebrating National School Choice Week – January 23-29th

Atlanta, GA. (Mosaica Education, Inc.) January 21, 2010-On January 24-29, 2011, Mosaica network schools across the country will be hosting events to commemorate “National School Choice Week.” National School Choice Week provides a unique opportunity for parents, students, policymakers, advocates and concerned citizens to raise awareness about the importance of education reform and school choice options.

Mosaica network schools will highlight successes as well as the importance of school choice through town hall meetings, rallies, movie screenings, socials and group discussions. School choice benefits communities and families by providing educational opportunities such as public charter schools, online learning, scholarships, and tax credits.

Event Highlights

-Students at Atlanta Preparatory Academy will attend the School Choice Celebration and Rally on Jan. 25, 2011 at 10 am on the steps of the State Capitol Building. The event is hosted by the Georgia Charter Schools Association, Center for an Educated Georgia and several other community organizations.
-On Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011, Capital Area Academy in Lansing, Michigan will host a community meet and greet with Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero and Barb Byrum, State Representative for District 6.
-Columbus Preparatory Academy in Columbus, Ohio will be highlighting the  benefits of charter schools through school choice videos from parents; videos will be posted on the school’s Facebook page.

Here are some things you can do to make a difference during National School Choice week:

  • Participate in a Mosaica network school event- Find a school in your community by going to our charter school locator
  • Host an event in your community
  • Send a school choice support letter to your local school board and state representatives—Sample Letter
  • Tell your friends and family about the importance of education reform and school choice options

About Mosaica Education

Mosaica Education, Inc. is a global education company that operates high-performing schools and provides related services in the United States and Internationally. The company manages 90 school programs in eight states, the District of Columbia and the Middle East. Mosaica-managed schools utilize a unique school design, which combines a proprietary curriculum called Paragon®, with state-of-the-art technology.