You’re Invited to a Tele-town Hall with Michigan State House Rep Brad Paquette and NSCW President Andrew Campanella on 1/29/21!
To help celebrate National School Choice Week, the Michigan Chapter of the National Coalition for Public School Options will be hosting a tele-town hall event with Michigan State House Representative Brad Paquette and National School Choice Week President Andrew Campanella at 1 p.m. on January 29, 2021, giving YOU the chance to talk directly with one of Michigan’s most critical education leaders and a nationally recognized leader and advocate behind the school choice movement.
First elected to the House in 2018, Representative Paquette serves as the vice chair of the House Education Committee and have proved to be a strong advocate for school choice over the years.
Andrew Campanella has dedicated his career to helping families discover their K-12 school choice options. He has served as the president of National School Choice Week since 2012 and the movement has experienced remarkable growth through his tenure.
Join us on January 29 for a discussion with Rep Paquette and Andrew Campanella about the importance of educational choice and what we can expect from the Michigan Legislature in the coming year regarding education policy.
Here’s how the call works:
To participate just sign up at the link below, and at 1 p.m. on Friday, January 29, we’ll call you and welcome you to the call with State Representative Brad Paquette. It’s really that easy.
To RSVP, just sign up at the link below.
Looking forward to talking to you on January 29!
-Michigan Chapter, National Coalition for Public School Options
In Our State
The Michigan Chapter of the National Coalition for Public School Options is a coalition of committed and passionate parents who engage with state and local policymakers to support legislation and policies that increase educational options for their children.
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