Every parent wants their child to receive a quality education. But with more school choice options than ever before, how can parents find a school that inspires, motivates, and challenges their daughter or son to learn, succeed, and be happy? The School Choice Roadmap provides jargon-free, practical information for busy parents, with the goal of empowering parents to find schools that best meet their children’s needs. The book provides an overview of the six different types of options available – public, charter, magnet, private, online, and home. Then, it offers an easy-to-follow seven step process for identifying the right learning environment for your child, filled with helpful worksheets and exercises.
The School Choice Roadmap is the winner of a Mom’s Choice Award and a National Parenting Product Award. According to Kirkus, the book is a “straightforward…useful companion for those on a school-choice journey.” Foreword/Clarion reviews says: “With a convincing platform that’s based on helping children thrive, The School Choice Roadmap is a fair-minded resource.”
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Andrew Campanella has dedicated his career to helping families discover their K-12 school choice options.
Andrew is president of National School Choice Week (NSCW), the nation’s largest public awareness effort designed to help families discover their K-12 educational choices.
Under Andrew’s leadership, National School Choice Week has grown from 150 events and activities in 2012 to more than 50,000 in 2020, while helping to organize some of the most iconic education events in U.S. history.
Andrew is the author of the award-winning book, The School Choice Roadmap: 7 Steps to Finding the Right School for Your Child, which will be published by Beaufort Books on January 21, 2020.
Prior to his work at National School Choice Week, Andrew served in senior-level positions at the American Federation for Children, the Alliance for School Choice, and the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence. Originally from New Jersey, Andrew graduated from American University in Washington, DC. He lives in Miami, Florida.