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National School Choice Week

NSCAF organizes National School Choice Week (NSCW), the largest annual series of K-12 education events and activities.

Held every January, NSCW informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children, while generating widespread public awareness of the importance of opportunity in K-12 education. To organize NSCW, the NSCAF team partners with tens of thousands of schools and hundreds of nonprofit organizations to plan and promote events and awareness activities. Since NSCW’s creation in 2011, schools and organizations have planned 242,943 independent events and activities, which together have generated tens of thousands of positive stories carried by local, regional, and national media outlets. Learn more at schoolchoiceweek.com.

School Navigation Resources

NSCAF researches, develops, and promotes the nation’s largest online portfolio of school navigation resources for parents.

Our school navigation resources program launched in 2020 and includes comprehensive school choice “roadmaps” for each of the 50 states, a series of “Ultimate Guides” explaining the six types of schooling options available to families, a school search application, and guidance to parents on effectively pursuing the school search process. More than 3.26 million parents have accessed this content. In 2022, NSCAF launched Conoce tus Opciones Escolares, a new Spanish-language program designed to empower Hispanic families with information about K-12 education and school choice.

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