Everybody seems to be talking about implementing 21st century skills in the classroom. In some respects, the potential of these skills lies in the exploration of unified communications and how they can support and enhance education, save costs and boost productivity.
Having the ability to provide your students with Internet in every classroom and your teachers with virtual whiteboards is nice, but in these trying times, who can afford it?
In an attempt to improve school communication systems across the country and turn around poor-performing schools, President Obama’s administration is granting funds to certain states to promote academic growth. Is your state one of the select few that has received a federal grant?
Check out this article on how more K-12 schools and districts are turning to a more unified messaging system, like School Announcement, as a way to streamline communication with parents and staff and also save money. Tell us how your school is trying to improve your communication system.