Tag Archives: school communications

Getting the Message Across

The senior VP of a school community engagement platform talks TCPA. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero In 1999, SchoolMessenger began as a provider of notification services. Since then, they’ve grown to provide a range of school-to-home communications solutions — from … Continue reading

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Parent Engagement: Beyond the Homework Helper

Improving outreach and visibility for students’ families. GUEST COLUMN | by Ray Ackerlund It’s time to rethink parent engagement. Let’s start with the definition. “Engagement” and “involvement” are often used interchangeably, but it was refreshing to see some differentiation in … Continue reading

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Cloud Education

A private school IT guy offers up three lessons learned by using a cloud-based phone system. GUEST COLUMN | by Rainier Apolonio When Southlands Christian Schools was faced with the challenge of moving our pre-school through 8th grade programs to … Continue reading

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Interview | Ten Million Members and Moving Forward

Now that’s a lot of people. The Learning First Alliance (LFA) is a partnership of 16 education associations with more than 10 million members dedicated to improving student learning in America’s public schools. “We share examples of success, encourage collaboration … Continue reading

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Interview | An eSchoolView of 21st-Century Learning

Friends and fellow entrepreneurs Rob O’Leary and Grant Wright started in the edtech space almost a decade ago. Today, their company is moving districts forward with a content management system helping to effectively keep parents, students, staff and the greater … Continue reading

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