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Why Blackboard? K-12 Communications Leaders Share Real Results

Posted by Debbora Woods on 5/27/15 9:00 AM

WhyBlackboardEBook

We're excited to announce our new eBook, written just for K-12 Communications Leaders!

 

You know parents and students are driving change in your schools, demanding that education keep up with the ever-changing world of technology. So, take some time to read through this new eBook to explore what K-12 experts say about keeping your community informed and safe with a comprehensive communication plan that includes web hosting, a district mobile app, social media management, and mass notification system.

 

In this new eBook, you'll discover critical information about:

 

Parent Engagement

"When we talk about being linked to learning, we're talking about engaging with families in a way that will support the learning process for each student"

Karen L. Mapp, Ed.D., Harvard Graduate School of Education

 

Website Services and Hosting

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District Mobile Apps

"The mobile app is a way that we can send updates without parents asking. We're being proactive, and that is how we want to keep our parents involved."

Treva Emter, Supervisor of Instruction in Charge of Technology, High Prairie School Division #48

 

Mass Notification

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Social Media Management

"Since implementing Sociability, our parent and community following have both increased. Parents have noticed the difference in the response rate, it's much quicker, and our school admins and principals are much more comfortable using social media."

Annette Eyman, Communications Director, Papillion La-Vista Public Schools

 

And much more!

 

We believe engaging family and community members leads to creating successful students and stronger communities. To explore more of your peers' success stories and discover how they've created comprehensive communications strategies that keep families and their K-12 communities informed, download your eBook copy today!

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

Topics: K-12 Communications

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