Category: School & District Websites

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Why a Free CMS Isn’t Ideal for School & District Websites

From time to time, we get asked, “Why should I pay for school and district websites when I can build them myself for free?” It’s a fair question. There are a lot of free content management systems (CMS) out there.

Handle School PR

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How to Handle School PR in a Crisis

The more efficient your crisis communication strategy is, the more time you can dedicate towards actually solving and addressing your crisis.


The Importance of Creating ADA-Compliant Websites

Learn how to make your website ADA compliant and more accessible, how to work with your website provider to assure its product is compliant and, what you should do if it’s not.

Positive School Climate

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Does Your Website Reflect a Positive School Climate?

How parents and your entire community perceive your schools is tremendously important. Parents have influence over the overall point of view of the community, government and even their children who attend a school.


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How to Make Your Website Accessible to Individuals with Disabilities

Schools must maintain websites that are accessible to individuals with disabilities to ensure compliance with two main regulations.


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Facebook for Schools: 4 Strategies for Success

Facebook is a great channel for outreach and communication, but you need to do more than share interesting posts and news stories to have success engaging with your school community. Here are a few strategies for success that are important to consider.


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3 Ways Educators Should Use Blogs

Blogs open up doors to a world of innovative approaches to classroom instruction, curriculum design and much more. Here are three ways educators can use blogs to encourage creativity, learning and collaboration.


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Is Your School Website ADA Compliant?

While your school or district website might be an afterthought as you prepare for a new school year, now is a good time to check with your website vendor to see if their product allows you to meet requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act...