Andreas Marinopoulos
Co-founder at Enrollhand
🧭 Roadmap Club, a Feedback Loop All Schools Should Have
Interviews
In this episode, we catch up after our first chat 2 years ago. Then the school was just starting, now there is an innovative yet mature high school operating entirely online. It is the first digital-native high school I have studied closely, so I wanted to dig into their entire operating system.
420 Learning Guides Coach Learners Towards Mastery, with Kelly Smith, CEO at Prenda
Engaging Your Community
Our guest today is Kelly Smith. He is the founder and CEO of Prenda schools, a network of microschools that is spreading like wildfire across state lines, bringing project-based learning and mastery-based education to a neighborhood near you.
Full-stack, deep learning that feels like an emoji shower πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰
Interviews
A coach appears as the governor of Wisconsin, a task force is put on a major water problem. Is it a classroom or a Hollywood set? Kids get clues and reports. Curiosity and motivation kick in. They launch a PR campaign, a budget...oh, and hit all their learning goals as well.
Learning Re-Imagined For The Web, with Ryan Delk
Interviews
In this episode, we discuss Ryan's ambitious plans for the future of Primer, how parents are equally important to kids in the learning equation, why observing the "user-experience" is so important, why not stratifying by age creates some sort of magic and much more.
A Human-centered operating system, with Kelly Davis
Interviews
Kelly and her co-founder Vlad redesigned school from scratch. Galileo a global online school soon to have access to physical spaces as well.
Product-Teacher-Family Fit, With Brian Tobal, CEO SchoolHouse
Interviews
"The founding principle is that the teacher's attention is the most valuable piece in the educational brew or ecosystem. If you really want to have a high quality educational experience, you'd increase the amount of teacher attention that each child is receiving." - Brian Tobal
Types of inquiries
A popular topic that we discuss with schools relates to the different types of parent inquiries. As parents gain decision-making power and change the way they search for school options, the variety of
Will this Crisis Help or Hurt Your School?
Growing Enrollment
This rollercoaster is here to stay 🎒 I was in a virtual gathering with 120 educators on Thursday, talking about change after this crisis. On the one hand, there was a consensus that "the
Three Steps to Help You Steer Your School In This Whirlwind of Change
The World of Education
In this new world that is dawning, your school is once again making a first impression. Parents are seeing you in a different light. They're asking themselves, Have they got this, or are
On Momentum in School Marketing
Marketing Tactics
Everything in life needs build-up. You stretch before you exercise. You go through small talk before moving to deeper topics. You date before you marry. Content marketing is to parents what the stove
500,000+ Parent Inquiries Have Taught Us These Four Things
Branding Strategies
You want to be the school that gets to financial stability with calm; serenely and quietly. You don't want to be the school that succeeds but needs to hustle; with high strung leadership,
What's Your School's "Product"?
Growing Enrollment
Ten years from now, even the best school marketing won't work for you. A state-of-the art enrollment funnel usually bring in prospective families on autopilot today. Not in ten years.
Steer Your School Into The Grant-Making Wind
Grants & Fundraising
It happens more often lately. You get a knot in your stomach. Surprises at work. This time, it’s when you open your browser to unexpected news: the neighboring school district got awarded a six-figure grant from an out-of-state private foundation.
Our Weekly Feedback Survey
Marketing Tactics
The Google founders recommend that all companies ask their customers, "How disappointed would you be if we no longer existed?" So we added it to our weekly feedback survey. Β  Last week 80% of

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