As we move towards the end of February, it's important to remember that the opportunity to celebrate Black History Month continues. Across Pennsylvania, a variety of meaningful destinations and activities offer the chance for families and students to connect with and honor the significant contributions of African Americans. This time of year reminds us that the exploration and appreciation of USA history is not confined to a single month but can be embraced and experienced any day, offering lasting insights and inspiration. So - check them out and see if they can be a destination for you and your family!
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In education, the ways that students learn are as diverse as the subjects they study. They all have a special power to understand things in a classroom environment differently than their peers. But identifying that special power can sometimes be difficult. That's why it's important for students to communicate with their teacher as catering to different learning styles is essential for teachers and educators to create an inclusive and effective learning environment. So, let's do a quick review of some of the common learning styles, diving into seven distinct types: auditory, kinesthetic, visual, reading, writing, solitary, and social learners.
As a part of Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, PA Virtual Charter School is excited to partake in National School Choice Week. This week is more than a celebration; it's a nationwide movement underscoring the critical role of choice in K-12 education and its impact on families and communities. As more families and people across Pennsylvania realize the importance of choice in their children's educational journeys - more are stepping up with their voices, letting others know why it's worth the fight to save charter schools.