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E3 Parent Roundtable @ St. Benedict’s Preparatory School – National School Choice Week 2013

“Parents and communities of color have been left out of the most important discussion (urban education reform) since the civil rights movement,” said Kevin Jenkins VP of Operations for E3.” “Engaging parents in the discussion, leading the process of reform utilizing the input of the stakeholders themselves is the only way to affect effective, systemic and sustainable change in urban education.” (more…)

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E3 Hosts Faith-based Roundtable on Urban School Reform for National School Choice Week

Photo of E3 Faith-based Round Table

In this Picture: Rev Joe Carter, Rev. Ronald Tuff,
Rev. Perry Simmons, Rev. Therman Evans, Vp of Operations Kevin Jenkins, Pastor Tim Merrill

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 in New Brunswick

New Brunswick, NJ- As part of National School Choice Week E3, Excellent Education for Everyone hosted a Faith Based roundtable with leading faith leaders of the state on the issue of urban education reform and the role of faith leaders in the effort in New Jersey.

“Communities of color have been left out of the most important discussion (urban education reform) since the civil rights movement,” said Kevin Jenkins VP of Operations for E3.”  ”Engaging faith leaders who lead our communities in faith, social and cultural issues in the discussion on urban education is imperative to discovering the true needs, opportunities and challenges faced in urban communities, and how to engage these stakeholders in effective systemic and sustainable change in urban education.” (more…)

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New Jersey School Choice Summit

Choice Media Event

In commemoration of National School Choice Week, please join education reform leaders and supporters from across New Jersey for a timely, important, and uplifting meeting about education reform and school choice in the Garden State.

Get your two dollar ticket now. This event will sell out. (more…)

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Are you in for National School Choice Week 2012?


What We Saw at National School Choice Week’s Kickoff in New Orleans

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Governor Chris Christie Designates Week of January 22rd, 2012 School Choice Week in New Jersey

Trenton, NJ – Continuing New Jersey’s leadership in a nationwide movement to provide high-quality education options for every child, Governor Chris Christie today signed a proclamation designating January 22 – 28, 2012 as School Choice Week in New Jersey for the second consecutive year.
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School Choice Week in New Jersey Launches Today with Statewide Events

New Jersey will celebrate National School Choice Week starting today, with eight events planned across the state, designed to highlight the need for enhanced educational options for children.
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School choice advocates hold pep rally in Morristown

MORRISTOWN — Former state Department of Education Commissioner Bret Schundler on Sunday said he wants to see New Jersey take the strides already made nationally to embolden parental school choice rights, but admitted it will be a tough fight because of the political makeup in Trenton.
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OSA PASSED! Stellar testimony from the school choice movement

National School Choice Week!

A front row seat to the Senate Budget Committee hearing for the Opportunity Scholarship Act (OSA s1872). Are you in for National School Choice Week?

for more info on the Opportunity Scholarship Act (OSA s1872) visit:

http://www.nje3.org/?page_id=4159

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Education Revolution: Restoring America’s Exceptionalism Tour – New Jersey

National School Choice Week: RevolutionThursday, February 03, 2011
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM (ET)
Orange, NJ

American 15-year-olds rank 35th out of 57 countries in math and literacy, behind almost all industrialized nations! America shouldn’t be 35th in anything. Be part of the revolution to restore America’s exceptionalism! (more…)

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