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School Choices . . . Visit the Library to Learn More!

05/15/2012 Published by: Suzanne

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Categories: Moving to a New School, Your Child's Ages & Stages, Special Topics

Today, more than ever, parents have many options when it comes to their children’s educational path . . . public schools, private schools, charter schools, homeschooling, virtual schools . . . how do you make an informed choice?!

Visit the™ Library where we have several resources available on these very topics.  Take your time . . . at this library the “books” are always on the shelves and ready to help guide you through the options available, so you can make the best choice for your student/family. 

Still have questions?  No problem!  You can always “Ask Aunt Peggie” and she’ll get back to you with an answer tailored to your particular situation.  Having attended nine schools by the time she was a high school senior, her 34 years of experience in school administration make her the Military Child Education Coalition’s (MCEC’s)® resident expert on all things related to military and education.

So come on over and take a look at the tools brought to you by™ and the Military Child Education Coalition® . . .  “for the sake of the child.”™

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