The Decisions and Impacts of School Choice 2021

Meredith Biesinger Title 1, Small district, Rural/Town district, K-12 Once upon a time, there used to be limited K-12 education options for students and their families. However, so many options are available that it can be overwhelming for families to decide on the best fit for their child. It can ….

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School Choice Enrollment

Teresa Marchant Title 1, Medium district, Suburban, K-6 Why this Topic is Important Parents who homeschool are not public education’s enemies. However, there needs to be an open discussion of its impact on schools. The loss of enrollment means failing state and federal dollars for schools. Those funds are essential ….

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Seeing Now as a way to Better

Craig Perrier Title 1, Large district, Urban, 9-12 About a month into this school year, a colleague shared clarifying and jarring sentiments. He said, “it feels like we are acting as if everything is normal again.” His comment gave me immediate pause. And as I mentally scanned the current landscape ….

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School Funding and Pandemic Relief: How Will it be Spent?

Pandemic relief has helped millions of people across the nation feel a sense of financial stability after lockdowns. As the federal government continues to provide pandemic aid to schools up and down the country, the hope is for teachers and other decision-makers to turn this money into solutions that will ….

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Common Changes in Education in 2021

In Conversation with Agile’s Directors of Strategic Accounts, Connie Davis and Toni Elsberry shared the following: The changing landscape in education is highly unpredictable at the moment. For example, many schools reopened at an in-person learning capacity in March 2021. Still, according to TIME Magazine, many are shifting back to ….

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