- School communications platforms shouldn’t make communicating more complicated–they should ease a burden
- The right platform can result in cost savings and can increase flexibility and consistency across a school district
- See related article: Your top 5 school-home communication challenges, solved
When our School Administrative Unit (SAU) set out to find a communications platform that all six of its schools could use across all grades, we had good reason for doing so. For starters, our administrators were using one communication system and teachers were using a completely different system.
Teachers had to create their own distribution lists, which weren’t always current. For example, one might develop a distribution list at the start of the new school year but would get a new student in January and forget to add the new parents to the distribution list.…Read More