Administrators can schedule, automate and distribute mass messages directly to all parents and guardians via phone call, text and email
The disruption to K-12 education across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic has been unprecedented leaving many districts searching for ways to deliver their continuous learning plans and support families as they transition to distance learning.
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The landscape of Texas education has changed drastically in the past two months. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of districts across the state, administrators and educators had to react quickly to deliver traditional learning in an online format.
Tips and musings from veteran teacher and SchoolStatus trainer, Tyler Cummings.
Staggered Schedules, Looping, more Social Emotional Learning?
School districts around the globe reacted with lightning speed to modify learning during the onset of COVID-19, but they’re now turning their focus to how they can safely reopen in the Fall of 2020.
Parent communication was a focus for most districts across the U.S even before the abrupt changes made with the COVID-19 school shutdowns. Everything shifted in the blink of an eye, however, when schools across the country began extending spring break and then delaying return
School districts need to confront the crisis of today and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. The potential for future school closures and distance learning looms large. Today, it's difficult to know when or if schools will physically open their doors for the 2020/2021 school year.
Teachers, professors, educators, and instructors are suddenly in a place where they need to teach from home to their students.
Schools’ Secret Weapon
In mid-March, when coronavirus began sweeping throughout the United States, schools shuttered. For most districts, the decision to shut their doors came quickly. The result left millions of educators trapped at home with fragmented ways to communicate with parents and students.