AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Texas Millennial Institute is organizing a fun night with food and
drinks for young professionals to learn about school choice on Friday,
January 29. The event is open to the public. All ages are welcome.
Millennials from all over the Austin area are invited to attend a
“School Choice Social” at the School House Pub in Austin from 6:00 p.m.
to 8:00 p.m. on January 29. The event follows a massive rally planned to
take place on the steps of the Texas State Capitol earlier that day to
celebrate National School Choice Week (January 24-30, 2016), which will
be the largest series of education-related events in US history.
The “School Choice Social” promises to be an informational networking
opportunity for people of all ages interested in education reform and
school choice. Courtney Boswell, executive director of the Texas
Institute for Education Reform, will speak on the topic of school choice
and ways millennial leaders can become active in working toward further
education reform in their communities across the Lone Star State.
“The Texas Millennial Institute is a nonprofit transpartisan
organization whose mission is to represent the voice of millennials in
the Lone Star State and provide infrastructure that empowers them to
seek and promote ideas that lead us toward a freer Texas and,
ultimately, a freer world,” said Noelle Mandell, chief executive officer
of the Texas Millennial Institute. “There is no better way to advance
these principles than participation in National School Choice Week. By
advancing freedom in education, we hope to ensure no child’s future is
limited by their ZIP code.”
Over 50 young professionals are expected to attend the event, which is
cosponsored by the Texas Millennial Institute, Americans for Prosperity,
and the Texas Institute for Education Reform.
For more information, contact Dustin Lane 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.