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Charter Schools

Seven Ways School Choice can be a Benefit to Students, Families, and the Community

School choice is something that can help students, families, communities, and the education system as a whole. Competition in any system can lead to innovation, and new educational ideas can come from all K-12 avenues, whether this is a charter school, public school, or a home school. Here are seven reasons having a choice in your child's education is an important right as well as a benefit for everyone in the system.
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Service Learning

7 of the Best Autumn Service Learning Projects

Autumn is one of the best times of the year to inspire a love for service learning and community volunteer work.  Use the chilly harvest months to create fresh opportunities for your children to empathize with the needs of others. They'll quickly find that the best way to enjoy Halloween and Thanksgiving is finding new ways to bring joy to those around them.    Senior Citizen Yard Work 
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Charter Schools

What to do About Your Child's Potential Interest in Robotics

The truth of the matter is that not all standard public schools are going to be the right fit for your child. This is where you should consider a public charter school. Some districts will allow students to go to a charter school in lieu of the assigned school. Charter schools are convenient for students who need to arrange an alternative schedule, or who prefer to attend classes virtually.
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Service Learning

What Is Service Learning? A Student's Perspective

Service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that are  meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to  learn experience, teach responsibility, and strengthen communities. Service learning is a student in community learning about service activities combined with further meanings for applying the experience to their school and personal life. It is a form of education aimed  for  students learning in course material. When compared to other forms of learning like group education. It is similar in that students have hands-on learning and independents. The  difference of service learning is its matching and balanced attention on both students learning and real needs in the community. Course learning objectives are linked to meaningful human, safety, educational, and environmental needs. Course materials such as activities like supplement the student service.   The service experience is brought back to the classroom to student work on real problems in life that make  learning fun while their social skills, responsibility, and career development. We love to help the towns and cities. We work in groups and alone for a long time.  
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