Come Celebrate National School Choice Week! | Eastern North Carolina Now

Publisher's note: This post, by Bob Luebke, was originally published in Civitas's online edition.

    January 26 to February 1st is National School Choice Week. It's that time when we spread the word about the different educational options available to parents and children and celebrate the many benefits of school choice.

    On Wednesday January 29th, the Civitas Institute and EdChoice are sponsoring a luncheon in Raleigh to celebrate school choice. The lunch will take place at the DoubleTree Hotel, 1717 Hillsborough St. Raleigh. The program will include parent testimonies, results of a special Civitas-EdChoice school choice poll and conclude with a legislative panel. For additional information and to register, see HERE.

    Can't make the event? Don't worry, North Carolina has over 2,300 events planned for the week. Find out more about National School Choice Week events in North Carolina HERE.

    Hope to see you on Wednesday!
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