InEd is coming together to forge our vision in the evolution of education
Here are some facts:
52% of parents indicate they prefer to direct and curate their child’s education rather than rely on their local school system.
"What exactly does my child need to flourish?"
“Choice” is a privilege. Many parents—especially those from underserved backgrounds—make educational decisions based on core needs (e.g., cost, convenience, safety). Nevertheless, when asked to imagine the future—unrestricted by time and resources—parents’ report aspirations for a more student-centric education. This underscores the importance of solving for parents’ core needs; only then can all families elect to pursue educational experiences in line with their values and needs. Policies that make alternative school models and out-of-school learning more affordable and convenient (e.g., ESAs, charters, scholarships) are critical to catalyze a more equitable and student-centric K-12 ecosystem.