The National School Choice Week Team is organizing the first ever School Choice Facts Day on Twitter. They have asked education reform organizations from across the country to post the most compelling facts about why school choice works to Twitter using the hashtag #SchoolChoiceFacts.
Since 2011 has been such an outstanding year for school choice across the country, as a grassroots social media movement, the people who are organizing the Tweets are trying to unite and expand the movement with #SchoolChoiceFacts. Twitter’s growing popularity makes it a perfect place for all members of the school choice movement to come together to share examples of the great things that are possible for America’s education system.
Programs like #SchoolChoiceFacts gets me all excited about social media because this is a very proactive program that can help build a better future for childrens’ education. By simply heading over to National School Choice Week’s discussion on Twitter, you can say your point of view on how to make better School Choices for children.
You can help schools be a success regardless of whether you have a Twitter account or not. If you are on Twitter, I encourage you to post your own #SchoolChoiceFacts or retweet those you like the best.
If you’re not on Twitter, you can still follow the conversation and, more importantly, you can forward this message to your friends, family and neighbors so that they can learn more about the effective education options we’re trying to make available to every child in the United States.