When people used to ask me what I did as Director of Technology, I used to jokingly simplify the job to the statement, “I move boxes.”
At-risk. It’s a common term in education. It’s a scary term to most.
“I’m sorry, you have our Professional subscription, but you must have the Premium subscription to receive live phone support.” To which I say…”when did support become a premium?”
Staying on top of the latest and greatest tech can be a job in and of itself. Knowing that technology and methods change rapidly, how do savvy superintendents stay ahead of the curve?
Communicating with parents can seem overwhelming when you have enthusiastic goals for increasing attendance, improving test scores, and decreasing disciplinary issues in your classroom.
SchoolStatus, the ONLY data analytics company that turns your student data into parent conversations, is pleased to announce the recent growth of its Operations and Development teams to align with innovative product advancements and creative customer training methods. The newest SchoolStatus team members, Josh Oberst and Matt Spiers, add fuel to the expansion of the user-focused offerings.
Parent and family involvement correlates with higher academic performance as well as overall school improvement. When families are informed and involved, students tend to:
“Did you hear the good news?” Calling a parent to share positive feedback about their kid is a great way to start a relationship with them. Are you calling with good news on a regular basis? If not, this advice may help you create your own strategy for revving up your calls.