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San Antonio Charter Moms helps parents navigate rich choice available to families

Founded in 2012, San Antonio Charter Moms has been supporting families in the Alamo City understand and make the best use of the public school choices available to them.  Inga Cotton, the group’s founder, told a KSAT-TV that the pandemic has opened many parents’ eyes to how their students learn best and what their current schools may or may not offer to support their learning style. 

“Families got an up-close look at what schools like when their kids experience distance learning or doing school from home,” said Cotton.  “And for some families, they needed a different setting. They needed full-time online or they needed full-time in-person. And just getting that up-close look, they realized they needed to look more closely at what type of school is going to serve their kids the best. And that’s the kind of resources we offer. So charter schools offer kind of specialized learning models.”

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