"Anyone can get involved in National School Choice Week," said Kyle Olson, executive director. "We hope you'll join us."
Muskegon, MI (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
National School Choice Week (January 22-28, 2012) is just one month away, and organizers today released this year’s first television advertisement promoting the transformational benefits of providing effective education options for all children.
Featuring hundreds of school choice supporters rallying for change in one community, the inspiring ad can be viewed online at http://www.SchoolChoiceWeek.com.
The direct YouTube link is: http://tiny.cc/1y6u1
The ad is available to be shown on broadcast and cable networks by local and regional School Choice Week event planners. The ad focuses on the need to give all children the opportunity to attain their dreams by attending the schools of their parents’ choice.
Supporters of National School Choice Week support a variety of diverse reforms and school choice, including great public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, virtual schools, private schools, and homeschooling. The nonpartisan celebration brings together tens of thousands of individuals representing all political parties and ideological backgrounds.
National School Choice Week organizers said that enthusiasm for 2012’s activities is already outpacing 2011, with major events being planned across the country. The Week’s outreach coordinators have already reached 40,000 companies, organizations, chambers of commerce, and elected officials to encourage participation in the celebration.
“Anyone can get involved in National School Choice Week and help celebrate the benefits of—and need for—school choice,” said Kyle Olson, executive director of National School Choice Week. “Whether you upload your logo to our website, host an event large or small, or link to our new advertisement on your Facebook and Twitter feeds, we hope you’ll join us.”
In January 2011—for the first annual National School Choice Week—hundreds of organizations planned events featuring tens of thousands of attendees; media coverage of these events reached more than 34 million Americans.
Learn more online at http://www.SchoolChoiceWeek.com.