7 Ways to Promote Public Schools

By Nora Carr

When it comes to promoting public schools, leaders matter. Public school officials rank among the most trusted sources for news and information about public education, outranking pundits, bloggers, editorialists, business CEOs, foundation executives, and politicians.

In other words, despite gloomy reports about failing public schools, unwieldy bureaucracies, and inept school boards, most citizens want and need to hear more from the people they trust the most --  and that means you.

Here are seven significant things you can do to promote public education and public schools.

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