Why districts should update their communication plans

04/29/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

School districts should audit their communication plans and ensure they are appropriate for the 21st century, suggests Joel Gagne of Allerton Hill Consulting. In this blog post, Gagne writes about the increasing popularity of social media and its growing usefulness in education communication. "There are numerous examples of grass-roots organizations and movements that have used social media for messaging and action. These should show what schools and school districts are capable of," he writes.

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