Today’s digital parents are driving change in the way K-12 school districts think about communication. Find out how and where to reach this influential cadre of parents.
Our new responsive website for the Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS) highlights important assets for districts, brings more visibility to social media tools for increased engagement, and ensure users can view and navigate the site on a wide range of devices and browsers.
Your district’s educational success will largely be determined by how well your vision aligns with that of digital parents. Explore ways to create a shared vision for digital tools in 21st century learning.
We’ve joined the ranks of an elite group of market-leading companies having been named on the Inc. 500|5000 list of the fastest growing, privately held companies for the seventh consecutive year.
Congratulations to HISD Superintendent Dr. Terry Grier and Chief Technology Information Officer Lenny Schad recognized for their leadership in education technology by Education Week.
The Council of the Great City Schools awarded Superintendent Terry Grier the 2014 Urban Educator of the Year award during its annual fall conference. Grier was recognized for his ability to accelerate academic gains that produce a higher graduation rate, especially among African American and Hispanic students, and for substantially decreasing the student dropout rate.
Each year, the Ligonier Award Program identifies companies they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community. Ligonier Valley School District was selected because they enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and their community, making the area a great place to live, work, and play.
Congratulations! The North Tonawanda Schools website received an award from the New York School Public Relations Association for its use of graphics and news content.
Dr. Patrick K. Murphy, Superintendent of Arlington County Schools, was named Virginia's Superintendent of the year at the VASS Spring Conference in Roanoke. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the leaders of seven Virginia education organizations selected him from among eight regional finalists.