AF-Nashville & Beacon Celebrate National School Choice Week! (Virtual) - America's Future

AF-Nashville & Beacon Celebrate National School Choice Week! (Virtual)

January 27, 2021 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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The coronavirus pandemic has brought a wave of school closures, many of which will remain closed for the forseeable future. As students have struggled to adjust to virtual learning, parents without other educational options have struggled to juggle at-home learning with working to support their families. The last several months have certainly underscored the importance of school choice and empowering families to make decisions about how to educate their children.

RSVP and join America’s Future and the Beacon Center as we celebrate National School Choice Week! This month, we’re excited to host Jonathan Butcher, Senior Policy Analyst for the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation. Grab a drink and join us on Zoom on Wednesday, January 27 at 5 pm CT!

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Read more about our featured speaker below:

Jonathan Butcher serves as Senior Policy Analyst for the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation. He has researched and testified on education policy and school choice programs around the U.S. Jonathan co-edited and wrote chapters in the book The Not-So-Great Society, which provides conservative solutions to the problems created by the ever-expanding federal footprint in preschool, K-12, and higher education.

His work has appeared in journals such as Education Next and the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, and in 2018 the Federal Commission on School Safety cited his comments in the commission’s final report. He has appeared on local and national TV outlets, including C-SPAN, Fox News, and HBO’s Vice News Tonight, and he has been a guest on many radio programs. His commentary has appeared nationally in places such as the Wall Street Journal, Education Week, National Review Online, Newsweek.com, and Forbes.com, along with newspapers around the country.