CHELTENHAM, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Faith First Education Assistance Corporation will host a parent
engagement meeting in an effort to raise awareness of education options
in Cheltenham and help parents to access affordable K-12 education on
Tuesday, January 26. The event is timed to coincide with National School
Choice Week (January 24‒30, 2016), which will be the largest series of
education-related events in US history.
The parent engagement meeting will be held at the Gospel of Grace
Christian School in Cheltenham on January 26 from 6:30‒8:00 pm.
Community leaders with the various expertise to answer questions that
parents have concerning budgeting, college for their high school
seniors, additional tuition resources, etc., will be available during
“With almost 200 failing schools throughout Philadelphia in the last
school year, our parents deserve options. No child should be condemned
to a failing school just because of his or her zip code. Thanks to
National School Choice Week, parents are learning they do have choices,
and we will continue to support their efforts to select the school that
best fits their child’s needs,” said Dr. Alberta Wilson, CEO of the
Faith First Education Assistance Corporation.
The Faith First Education Assistance Corporation is a nonprofit
scholarship organization that grants scholarships to children in
Christian schools (K-12), as well as educating parents concerning school
choice. It also helps parents to understand school choice and the
various options available while helping them to navigate the tuition
arena so their children can remain in the school of their choice.
Grace Christian Schools is a partner with the Faith First Education
Assistance Corporation in planning this event. Over 100 parents are
expected to attend.
For more information, contact Dr. Alberta Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort, National School
Choice Week shines a positive spotlight on effective education options
for students, families, and communities around the country.
For more information, visit www.schoolchoiceweek.com,
or visit www.facebook.com/schoolchoiceweek.