MSA joined with the NEA and many other education associations to advocate for funding to bridge the digital divide. Today, that effort will bear fruit as the FCC makes $7 billion available for connectivity and devices.
“We were pleased to be invited by the NEA to join this very important effort. It is critical that no student is without the ability to learn because they cannot afford access to the internet,” said MSA Executive Director Todd Mann.
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.