"Junior Achievement programs are proven, valuable resources for teaching our students entrepreneurial skills and preparing them for an increasingly competitive workplace. Junior Achievement programs support standards of learning, can be integrated into curricula, and give students an opportunity for practical applications of business and economic concepts. As Superintendents, we strongly endorse Junior Achievement and the educationally sound, professionally delivered, and relevant programs that Junior Achievement provides."

— Current and former superintendents from Alexandria City Public Schools; Arlington County Public Schools; Diocese of Arlington Catholic Schools; Diocese of Washington, DC Catholic Schools; District of Columbia Public Schools; Fairfax County Public Schools; Montgomery County Public Schools; Prince George's County Public Schools