With the large amount of schools available today, parents are faced with difficultly deciding on which is best for their child. To help simplify the decision making process, more schools around the nation are beginning to unify their enrollment systems through either creating a common application or implementing a full unified enrollment system.read post
Building a successful unified enrollment system entails various steps and can be difficult, but worth it in the end. We talked with Betheny Gross, a Senior Research Analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) about her research on the design and implementation of unified enrollment systems across the country.read post
In order to further equity amongst all schools, many districts, like the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, have been implementing school choice. SchoolMint is proud to have partnered with CMSD as they advance equitable solutions in their city!read news
In an effort to simplify and streamline the enrollment process for families, cities across the board are creating a single enrollment system for public and charter schools. Read more to learn about the movement in both Oakland and Boston!read news
Join the NYC Charter School Center and the Missouri Charter Public School Association as they discuss their experience in launching a common application.view webinar
Across the country, there are many examples of cities unifying their enrollment systems. View the map to see cities that have implemented a “common application” or a full “unified enrollment” system, and to learn more about their processes.view map
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