Blogging superintendents praise rich interaction with communities

03/14/2007 | eSchool News (free registration)

Blogging superintendents Clayton Wilcox of Florida's Pinellas County schools and Mark Stock of Indiana's Wawasee Community School Corp. say blogs improve communication with parents, foster program support and keep parents and students better apprised of issues affecting their schools. The superintendents say school leaders can use their blogs to integrate video clips, pictures, graphs, charts and other visual clues to drive home important concepts.

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