ASD Community Input Process: Early Conversations and What’s Next
Over the past two weeks, members of the ASD team and I had the privilege of talking to communities about the Community Input Process. As guests at meetings held by Stand for Children-Tennessee, Memphis LIFT, and the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO), we’ve had the opportunity to talk to students, parents, clergy, and other invested groups about their school choice options.
Incalculable Costs or Enduring Benefits Through Education
Someone once said that education is the difference between a relatively happy, healthy life, and a life of constant struggle. But without effective and meaningful reform, the cost of innovation that never takes place in education is incalculable. In education, that cost is in human lives.
The ASD is student focused and people powered. We’re looking for humble people with true passion and grit for this kind of work. We are ready to do whatever it takes to put our students on an expanded life path. Together, we are creating the best place to work in Tennessee – where no day is a bad day and every day we achieve.