Embrace and celebrate the good

Embrace and celebrate the good May 24, 2024 | Sharon Sedlar Sometimes, we get so caught up in the daily toll (and trolls), that we forget to embrace and celebrate the good – and particularly that which exists in our own homes, and likely due to some amazing hard work and dedication. We forget that

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NHSP EdChoice CEO Robert Enlow with Dalena Wallace

“To Define is to Regulate”

“To Define is to Regulate” April 25, 2024 | Sharon Sedlar Last week, I attended one of my favorite events with 300 others from across the nation – the Kennesaw Hybrid Schools Conference. I was surrounded by education policy experts, microschool founders, educators, researchers, and fellow advocates.  The room was electric – full of current and

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School choice can be a solution in Special Education

School choice can be a solution in Special Education April 4, 2024 | Sharon Sedlar John Kristof’s recent article, “How School Choice Serves Special Needs Students,” really hits the mark. I consistently encounter families seeking assistance from school districts for their students with special needs. However, the process, including IEP meetings, often leaves parents feeling

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“Do No Harm”

“So the next time you hear someone talking about policy, programming, budget, etc. that affects children in education, set everything else aside, and ask yourself this basic question: ‘Does this do harm to a child?'”

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