School Choice Alumni Head Back to DC to Share Their Stories
Earlier this Summer, students from across the country flew into Washington, D.C. for one reason: to share the significant impact having access to school choice programs in their state has had on their lives. Most were visiting the nation’s capital for the very first time, and while completely taken by the history and monuments that surrounded them, were even more excited to visit Capitol Hill to talk about their educational journey.
From being accepted into 30+ colleges to being offered $100,000s in scholarships, our alumni are some of the best examples of why school choice works. Keep reading to take a look back at their recent visit.
“School choice gave me the opportunities needed to beat the statistics of poverty.”
“In college, I was recruited by the FBI to participate in their internship program as a Cyber Analyst.”
“My class broke the African-American ACT average score, we got 100 percent acceptance into college, and around 80 percent of us went on to attend college.”
“School choice allowed me to be the navigator of my future.”
“This trip to D.C. was so important to our family because children with special needs have for so long been looked at as less than, and unable to be reached.”