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Reform Matters: January 22nd, 2015
posted by: Alix | January 22, 2015, 10:03 PM   


AAE in the News: Wishing Educators Were Recognized for Expanding School Choice
Don't miss AAE Executive Director Gary Beckner's opinion editorial about teachers and school choice!

"...This new renaissance in education is both shaking up our classrooms and fundamentally altering the face of the teaching profession. Dedicated, professional teachers should be given credit for their role in supporting and participating in choice settings. In sharing their talents in these new and exciting education environments, teachers are helping to create a brighter future for students who need personalized options." Click here to read the full article.

National School Choice Week
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