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PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEEK ~ March 12-16, 2018

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#PublicSchoolsWeek is March 12-16 and you’re invited to join us in celebrating the diversity and success of America’s public schools. #LovePublicEducation

 Did you know that 9 out of 10 students in America attend a public school? Let’s celebrate all of the great things taking place in our school communities during #PublicSchoolsWeek this March 12-16.

 In many communities, the school district is the largest employer. Join us March 12-16 for #PublicSchoolsWeek, which celebrates the successes taking place in public schools across America every day. #LovePublicEducation

 #PublicSchoolsWeek is March 12-16! Join orgs including @AASAHQ, @AFTunion, @NEAToday and school districts and educators across America in celebrating our nation’s public schools. #LovePublicEducation

 Join us March 12-16 for #PublicSchoolsWeek! We’re celebrating teachers, principals, superintendents, school board members, SISP, parents and everyone who plays a critical role in helping students succeed. #LovePublicEducation

 Local public schools have been our greatest historic asset as a nation and hold the highest potential for preparing each child to thrive in the future. We #LovePublicEducation. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 Communities are stronger and schools are better when we all work together to support public education. #PublicSchoolsWeek #LovePublicEducation

 More students graduate when families, community organizations, businesses and service agencies come together to support public schools. That’s why I support #PublicSchoolsWeek

 Last year 83% of students graduated high school — the highest graduation rate in the nation’s history and 69% of recent high school graduates enrolled in 2-year or 4-year college #PublicSchoolsWeek

 Public schools make sure kids receive at least one nutritious meal a day. 30.3 million school lunches are served each day, including 20.1 million free and 2 million reduced price lunches. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 We have a national responsibility to provide great public schools for every child in America. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 As a nation, we should focus on investing in public schools where 90% of our children go, not directing $$ away from them for the 10% who go to private schools. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 A child’s opportunity for success should not be left to chance. Every child needs a quality, well-equipped school right in his/her neighborhood where he/she can learn, be inspired and thrive. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 In many communities, the school district is the largest employer. Teachers, bus drivers, administrators, cafeteria workers, coaches, facilities management, all depend on the school district and all of these     jobs contribute to the fabric of a community. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 Public schools have a purpose and a role to play not just for individual students, but for communities across the nation. It is the one thing over 90% of American students and families have in common. It is the glue that holds our fragile democracy together. #PublicSchoolsWeek

 Public education has always been the great equalizer in the U.S. We must do everything we can to keep it that way. #PublicSchoolsWeek

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