How schools can effectively communicate about risks

04/1/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

School officials should use communications systems to send messages about risks and danger that are tailored "by group and location, and open frameworks that enable multichannel communications," writes Philip Hagan, a Georgetown University adjunct professor, a lawyer and a risk expert. In this blog post, he suggests delivering messages in multiple ways, including via smartphone, text message, e-mail and social media, as well as school websites and other means to reach students, parents and staff.

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