Our resources page provides you with the tools you need to support and understand school choice and take part in National School Choice Week. 

School Choice Trends Across the Country

 

Read our 2017 School Choice Trendbook to learn more about the state of school choice in America.

School Choice and NSCW in Your State

 

Browse our state-by-state page to find out what school choice options are available in your state.

Event Handbook

 

Our Event Handbook makes it easier than ever to plan a successful event for National School Choice Week.

Events Ideas for Schools

 

How can your school get involved in National School Choice Week? It's easy. Here are 20 ideas to get you started.

School Choice Definitions

 

Our guide provides definitions of the different types of school choice that may be available to you.

Choosing a School

 

Please check out our parents page, which provides advice for parents on starting the process of selecting a new school for their children.

What You Can Do

  This handout provides information to parents about how they can advance school choice in their local communities even after National School Choice Week is over. 

Write Your Representatives

  Download this postcard to send to your local elected officials to let them know you support school choice and will participate in National School Choice Week.

Media files

 

Download the National School Choice Week logo in Adobe Illustrator (AI) format or in Portable Network Graphic (PNG) format.

Social Media Profile Picture

 

Show off to your friends and family that you're celebrating The Week by adding our stamp to your profile picture

Supporter Placard:

 

Print out this placard, add a personal message, and post a photo on social media using the hashtags #SchoolChoice

Homeschooler Sign:

 

Homeschooling groups print out this sign for students to complete. Take photos with them to show the many reasons why you love homeschooling.

Quick Reference Guide:

 

Download our Quick Reference Guide, designed for journalists, to learn more about school choice trends across the country.