Zero Chance of Passage: The Pioneering Charter School Story

19 Sep


19 Sep 5:30 pm - 01 Jan 7:30 pm


Van Scoyoc Associates

101 Constitution Avenue NW, Suite 600 West, Washington

Please join us as we commemorate the 20th Anniversary of public charter schools with the author of the first-in-the-nation law that triggered a national movement. In her recently-released book “Zero Chance of Passage: The Pioneering Charter School Story,” former Minnesota State Senator and CSDC Board Vice Chair Ember Reichgott Junge sets the historical record straight and starts a new national conversation about the future of chartering.

This special reception, located within blocks of the U.S. Capitol and featuring light refreshments, will bring together the educators, advocates, policymakers and business leaders who helped pioneer the charter school movement, both in the District of Columbia and nationally. Please join us to celebrate the publication of Zero Chance of Passage on the 20th anniversary of this expansive and still rapidly growing public school choice option that is reforming K-12 education and is supported by two-thirds of the American public according to recent surveys!

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Online registration is not available for this event.