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The Importance of Kindergarten in the era of Covid-19

HOPE Christian Schools | Lisa Fantasia, M.Ed-Special Education, M.Ed-Educational Administration

 As we head into an unprecedented start to the new school year, many parents are struggling with the best option for their school aged children, especially parents of kindergarteners. How does one begin to make the best choice for a child who has never yet attended school? How do you know their learning style? How …

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Three HOPE Christian Schools Teachers Earn Wisconsin Award

Center for Urban Ministries | Dr. Steven Gerner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELASE Contact: Dr. Steven Gerner Executive Director of the Center for Urban Ministries Steven.Gerner@cuw.edu   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. Steven Gerner Executive Director of the Center for Urban Ministries Steven.Gerner@cuw.edu THREE HOPE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS TEACHERS EARN WISCONSIN AWARD (MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, May 27, 2020) – Three teachers from HOPE Christian Schools in Milwaukee …

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Why Parents Choose a Private School Education for Their Children

With the recent rise in the number of charter schools across the country, there are more school choices than ever before yet private schools continue to grow and thrive.  This, along with the rise in charter schools, is a testament to the fact that parents are unsatisfied with the educational standards of public schools and …

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The Importance of Good Parent-Teacher Communication

A child’s first teachers are her parents, as active teachers and as role models and this continues throughout her life. Education is not like a running relay race where a runner stops when passing the baton to the next teammate. Rather, it’s more like a basketball game where everyone works together to win, passing the …

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Students lobby Congress in support of vouchers

Politico | Kimberly Hefling

STUDENTS TOUT PRIVATE SCHOOL CHOICE: Nearly two dozen students and parents met with lawmakers this week to describe how private school choice has changed their lives. The meetings were arranged by the American Federation for Children, the advocacy group formerly chaired by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. The students and parents came from Alabama, Arizona, D.C., Florida, …

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Repeat 3-peat!

MILWAUKEE, WIS. — The 35 seniors at HOPE Christian High School have achieved a sixth straight year of 100 percent college acceptance. “It’s a ‘REPEAT 3-peat’ with lasting impact,” says Tom Schalmo, principal at HOPE. “My hope for these seniors is that as they continue their education, they serve as role models for future generations in Milwaukee.” …

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