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The Albuquerque School Choice Fair will highlight educational options and even provide family fun

The Albuquerque School Choice Fair will highlight educational options and even provide family fun

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Jan. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, January 22, teachers and staff from free public charter schools, cyber academies, private schools, and college prep schools will gather at the Albuquerque School Choice Fair.

The flagship School Choice Week celebration in New Mexico, which has taken on the form of a student demonstration in past years, will be a school fair this year offering hundreds of local families the opportunity to get a head start on school searches for the school year.

The family-friendly event will include a DJ, a photo booth, a face painting, and snacks.

The Albuquerque School Choice Fair is planned to coincide with the National School Choice Week's opening hours of January 23-29, 2022, which will feature more than 26,000 school choice events in all 50 states. As part of the celebration, Jan. 22 will be "School Fair Saturday," which will feature large school fairs in more than a dozen cities across the United States, as well as the Albuquerque event.

"Come join us Saturday, January 22, for our School Choice Fair," said Angela Lopez, the field director of Public Charter Schools of New Mexico. "It's a great place to learn about the unique and diverse public and private schools within our state. Come celebrate your ability to choose a school for your student!"

Public Charter Schools of New Mexico is planning a virtual charter school excellence awards ceremony on Friday, January 28, 2016.

The Conference Center is located at the 2nd Civic Plaza NW. The school fair is located in Ballroom C.

For Spanish media inquiries, contact Jordan Franco at or (505) 681-3536.

Every January, school choice week draws a spotlight on effective K-12 education opportunities for children, focusing on traditional public, charter, magnet, and online, private, and home education opportunities.

The National School Choice Week in SOURCE

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