Education options boost economic vitality in a community.
School choice options—like charter schools, magnet schools, and private schools—attract families to the neighborhoods in which schools of choice are located.
Some research indicates that parents are attracted more strongly to the community or neighborhood in which their child’s school is located than the location of the parent’s workplace.
Families that utilize school choice options are likely to be more involved in their child’s education, more stable and dependable at work, and more invested in their community.
School choice programs save money for state and local governments, because they free up resources for other local and state needs. (https://www.carolinajournal.com/news-article/50075/)
Supporting a robust school choice environment, which includes public and private school options, is a positive expression of corporate social responsibility.
School choice programs provide stability for communities and families and opportunities for economic growth.
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