The Schott Foundation launched #PublicSchoolGrad to highlight the positive outcomes from our nation’s public schools and students.
Harding High School Proud #PublicSchoolGrad | Go Rams!!— Anthony Hamilton (@HamiltonAnthony) May 12, 2017
Since their founding, local public schools and their educators have produced America’s most brilliant artists, scientists, doctors, musicians, lawyers, presidents, and more — people from all walks of life, contributing to society in countless ways. #PublicSchoolGrad is a strategic national effort to elevate and reinforce positive narratives about America’s public education system by displaying the extraordinary talent that exists among our diverse public school students, the next generation of leaders, and by increasing awareness and appreciation for the contributions public schools and their teachers have made to every sector in American society.
#PublicSchoolGrad strategy includes:
- High visibility local events highlighting the brilliant talent and accomplishments of current public school students.
- Engaging celebrity public school graduates who are leaders in diverse sectors and fields in high-profile social media and online campaigns to proclaim pride in their public school education and its contributions to their life and career.
- A national multi-media, multi-platform communications effort to create an echo chamber to amplify the positive messages.
Thank you to all those that joined @SchottFound in partnership with SEF & @100BlackMen as we celebrated #publicschool success & the need for #LovingCities for ALL children. Let’s ensure that strong public schools are a legacy we leave to the future. #PublicSchoolGrad @KeriHilson pic.twitter.com/zsg9glImD5— SEF (@SouthernEdFound) April 27, 2018
As a public school grad who promotes the power of the arts thru #TheKeriHilsonFoundation, I’m so pleased to be the Master of Ceremonies for the Greater Atlanta #PublicSchoolGrad event tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/ROmq62STaU— Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) April 25, 2018