Welcome, School and Homeschool Educators!

Join the Celebration

At School Choice Week, we shine a positive spotlight on effective education options for children. Each year, we partner with tens of thousands of schools and homeschool groups to raise awareness of great schools and learning environments in communities across America.

We invite you to celebrate your students, parents, teachers, and staff during the official celebration of National School Choice Week, January 23–29, 2022. Traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online schools, and homeschool groups can receive free Activity Packets filled with wristbands, signage, stickers, and more!

On this page, you can discover the many different ways that you can celebrate your success during National School Choice Week, download printable activities for students, access our digital toolkit of resources, or apply for a free activity packet.

  • Sign Up for a Free Activity Packet

    Your free supplies will include wristbands, stickers, placards, a banner, a poster and more!

  • Digital Backpack

    Show your support & spread the word with these interactive and digital resources for schools.

  • Free Online Resources for Schools

    Check out our list of a list of free online resources for schools, educators, and administrators

  • Educating Students with Disabilities

    Resources to help make the transition to online.

  • Activity Ideas for Schools

    Celebrate your school, your students, your parents, your teachers and your staff during National School Choice Week

  • About National School Choice Week

    Held every January, NSCW shines a spotlight on effective education options for children

  • Text Alerts

    Sign up to receive text alerts straight to your phone during National School Choice Week! To sign up, text 'NSCW' to 81257. You'll receive a few fun text messages sharing details about the Week. Invite others to sign up too!

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