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Posted: Monday, January 7, 2019 6:44 am | Updated: 2:39 am, Wed Jan 9, 2019.

(NAPSI)—Across the country, millions of students, teachers, parents and community leaders are gathering at more than 40,000 events and activities to celebrate National School Choice Week, January 20−26, though the idea of school choice can be something to be celebrated all through the year.

Why? The answer is simple. Because of school choice, more and more students access a school or education setting that’s the right fit for them, helping them to a lifetime of success and happiness.

During National School Choice Week, Americans celebrate all types of educational options—traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling. Parents involved in their children’s education, teachers and school leaders working to educate children according to their unique needs, passions and skills give children an opportunity to flourish.

Many families start considering which school their child should attend next year. They might learn more about all the options available online at

Families can attend an event planned to celebrate the Week at a nearby school or community group. Many teachers and school leaders will be there to connect with their students’ families and let them know how happy they are that they chose to be there. And many families will thank and praise the teachers and school leaders who work so tirelessly to educate their children.

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