Social media part of Texas middle school's communication strategy

05/8/2013 | Keller Citizen (Texas), The

Social media is an important tool in helping educators connect with parents -- and each other, according Carrie Jackson, a Texas middle-school principal. Jackson, who was named a 2013 Digital Principal by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, said she has found school Facebook and Twitter pages especially useful in allowing for two-way communication that can be difficult with traditional outreach, such as websites and newsletters.

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