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When it comes to the public reputation of your school and district, proactive measures are always better than responsive measures. Responsive measures, as the Streisand Effect has demonstrated, have a tendency to exacerbate reputation issues.
The way you communicate home has come a long way from the scribbled note stuffed in a book bag, the school marquee perhaps missing a letter or two, and a printed newsletter. But with a variety of choices, it can be difficult to determine the best way to send a particular message to its intended...
Videos aren’t just limited to your website or YouTube. Instagram, Snapchat and other video distribution channels provide additional ways for your school community, and the world, to see your work and student productions. Here are a few ideas to ensure your content hits the mark.
Designing a website isn’t easy. And with all of your other priorities, it’s likely not the most appealing. Still, a school or district website is a very helpful tool for communicating with parents and the community. If you’re not exactly sure where to start with your website design project, here are a few tips to...