BOOK Gives Boost to School Choice in Atlanta

It’s no secret.

Atlanta may be home of the Civil Rights Movement, but we still have work to do to have equitable public education!

Educational advocate depend on organizations to support school choice and quality public schools for all children.

One organization, dedicated to energizing stakeholders about the Quality Schools Movement, is resurfacing in metro Atlanta.

BOOK Gives Boost to School Choice in Atlanta

The work is centered on increasing the awareness of Educational Options through community engagement, stakeholder development, and working with subject matter experts.

BOOK is launching a new and improved website to reach more parents and families with their mission.

In doing this, BOOK can clearly define the value proposition of understanding publicly funded traditional schools, public charter schools, an non-traditional, online and homeschooling options.

The focus on raising awareness and resources about educational options and quality schools in African-American communities.

The organization is dedicated to identifying champions representing community and political leaders, business owners, clergy, and parents to build a committed stakeholder network.

These advocates will support our efforts as look to impact the African-American community.

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    https://www.bookatl.org/why-now/
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    https://www.bookatl.org/contact-us/

Better Outcomes for Our Kids, Inc. (BOOK) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the access, awareness and accountability of high quality, publicly funded, educational options for African-American children. For more information about BOOK, please visit www.bookatl.org. Follow BOOK on Facebook: bookatl, Twitter @book_atl and Instagram: bookatlanta.
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Jason has worked in education for over 15 years as a teacher, blogger and community advocate. He speaks and writes primarily about the need to improve education for Black boys, particularly increasing the number of Black male educators in schools. In addition to blogging here at EdLanta, Jason is also a featured writer at Education Post.

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