Month: August 2018

Georgia Residents Must Advocate for Better Educational Opportunities for All Children!

“It is our responsibility as tax paying citizens of Georgia to advocate for better educational opportunities for all children!”  The Georgia Charter School Association is doing the State of Georgia Charter Schools in three cities; Atlanta, Albany and Savannah. The first one kick off in Atlanta on last Monday. This meeting is for school leaders and board members of all Georgia public charter schools. This week we…

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Computers Are Taking Over the Need for Textbooks!

There are too many children that can’t read but can play games on an iPad or recite lyric to explicit songs. “There are some children that can’t even spell their names!” Many parents are concerned about the lack of rigor taking place in Georgia schools. This Georgia mom, Nicole Kimbro, speaks out on the ongoing debate surrounding computers taking over the…

Back to School Time Makes or Break Schools

“Back to school signals the end of summer and the beginning of school!”  Growing up, back to school time always brought back the reality that summer time fun was coming to an end. The summers feel much shorter from my childhood to now. We’re going back to school as early as July and teacher returning to work mid July. The…

Children Need Schools Not Business Centers

“We want community oriented charter schools, not schools turned into for profit business centers!”  Parents and charter school advocates understand that family and community engagement are at the core of charter school’s success. Charter schools were birthed by parents and community members who wanted to see improved educational outcomes for children. This helped empower the school choice movement across America.…