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Magnet Schools of America has created easy-to-follow guide to understanding and implementing ESSA (Every Students Succeeds Act), an extension of No Child Left Behind, and is federal law for grades K-12. Input and flexible decision-making at the local level is encouraged to fulfill each state’s obligations to the law which goes into full effect in the 2017-18 school year. MSA provides a toolkit and full instruction on how local magnet schools can get involved with the implementation of ESSA.

MSA’s Grassroots Action Center provides direct links to your legislative representatives where you can write to not only support program appropriations but share your thanks with them as well for their support of magnet schools. Interested activists, including parents, can even send personalized messages to their elected members of Congress.

Magnets in the News shares stories from all over the country from Chicago and Las Vegas to Charlotte and Fairfield – wherever magnet schools are making a difference and demonstrating success, this resource serves to both inspire other magnet schools as well as celebrate the achievements of local leadership, educators and students.

Press Releases on issues that directly affect magnet schools are key to generating potential news coverage and sharing MSA messages on a broader plane. Members of the media, local press secretaries and interested individuals can easily access MSA official statements on everything from federal news to national awards.

Often, magnet schools are in the news and Making Headlines is created to share that news from coast to coast. Keeping our members informed about news they might otherwise never hear about or read is all about keeping us connected, and engaged, to each other.

Monthly e-Choice Newsletters are created specifically to help members learn more about theme-based magnet programs and the district leaders, principals, and teachers who make them thrive. They also includes articles about curriculum design and professional development, national, state and local education policy, job openings and much more.

A “for members only” resource, Magnet Funding Opportunities, takes members directly to links where administrators and educators can learn more about available grant applications. From mini-grants of $250 to cash awards

Learn how to become a Nationally Certified Magnet School

Raise the level of performance consistent throughout school districts nationwide and creates a platform from which all magnet schools can flourish. Magnet Schools of America’s national certification process is designed to recognize the hard work of the best magnet schools in the nation and to help them as they grow.

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