Public Schools Must Embrace Social Media

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The disrupted digital status quo introduces compelling new opportunities for schools. Central to the ongoing digital revolution of the past two decades is a clear lesson.

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

School districts and society at large traditionally have relied on more formal, centralized means of communication. These include newspapers, press releases, mail campaigns, and town-hall style organized meetings. But in the last ten years, these kinds of messaging have become less effective. Newspapers face shrunken circulation numbers and reduced staff; mail and phone campaigns are lost in the commotion of advertisements and spam; and the demands exerted by the dismal economy on our time make meeting face-to-face nearly a scheduling challenge.

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