2013 American Pioneer of Teaching Award

The 2013 American Pioneer of Teaching Award: Now accepting nominations! Once again PublicSchoolOptions.org presents The American Pioneer of Teaching Award to recognize top performing teachers in non-traditional schools. Nominations are now being accepted by completing this Awards/Recognitions Nomination Form. This is a great way to acknowledge and recognize those teachers who go above and beyond […]

Monique Christensen for School Board

Today’s post is dedicated to a very special lady who I am honored to call my friend. Monique Christensen and I first met through our involvement with our respective state coalitions and then continued on to serve together on the National Coalition for Public School Options. Over the years, Monique has continued to pursue her […]

Tillie Elvrum talks about the 2012 Annual Publicschooloptions.org Family Reunion

* Yesterday, Rachel shared about her experience at the 2012 Public School Options Family Reunion and today Tille Elvrum is sharing about her time at the reunion.  Tillie is a good friend of mine and VP of the Colorado Coalition of Cyberschool Families. Tillie is also a Mentor for her 10th grader who attends Colorado […]

Rachel shares about her time at the the 2012 Annual Publicschooloptions.org Family Reunion

* Public School Options, which began in 2008 “is an alliance of parents that supports and defends parents’ rights to access the best public school options for their children.”  In the summer of 2008, state coalition parent leaders gathered in Virginia for our very 1st Family Reunion hosted by the Wisconsin Coalition of Virtual School Families […]

American Pioneer of Teaching Award

Here’s a great way to recognize a top performing elementary and/or secondary teacher who works in the public schools of choice such as an online school, charter school, or magnet school. It’s important to acknowledge and recognize those teachers who go above and beyond and make a difference in the life of a student. Check […]

Imagination Soup: Child Parent Power Matters!

Today I’m thrilled to be guest posting on Melissa’s blog, Imagination Soup. I’ve been reading Melissa’s blog for some time now and I appreciate and value all she has to share.  Here’s a snippet from her “About Imagination Soup”: “Imagination Soup’s goal is to help you make learning fun and playful. I blog several times […]

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