The World of Education
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Is Your School Admissions Strategy Working? 4 Stats You Need to Know
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We live in a world that revolves around data – it’s all about how you use it. Just as monitoring your school’s daily activity on Facebook can help you meet your social media strategy goals, monitoring admissions activities can help your team meet enrollment goals.
7 Ways to Make Your Next Follow-Up Your Best Follow-Up
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Following up on prospective parents can feel painful. Making several calls, writing, and sending emails is not an easy task. So now, maybe you reached out a couple of times, and then you wait for a response. You've done your job. You've reached out. And then when you don't hear back, you give up...
Case Study: How Parent Phone Call Scripts Can Increase School Visits By 40%
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This school is a small organization, a small school that hadn’t invested in a marketing strategy. The only marketing activities they did, were, for the most part, sparse and uncoordinated, consisting mainly of newspaper ads.
Schools Keep Running, Just To Stay In Place: 4 Ways To Break Through The Enrollment Ceiling
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We assume that the longer a school has been around, the more likely it is to stick around. We assume that a school's age is proof of its strength and resilience. We assume
A Glimpse Into School Reopenings Unveils An Opportunity For Smaller Schools
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California's Department of Education has just published a new detailed guide (55 pages) to safely reopen schools for their 6.2 million students. It gives a glimpse into what schooling might look like
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
Dennis the Menace & Our Kids' Freedom To Learn
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My children will have less freedom to roam than I did. This is one of the many unforeseen side effects of this crisis. I watched 'Dennis the Menace' with my two sons last
Make Social Media Trends Work For Your School
Social Media Marketing
#1 - Compelling & Bite-Sized Video Content Videos need to be short - seconds-short - and engaging, catching the attention of your audience in the first 7-10 seconds. Focus on creating content that
15 Tips For Better Photos
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If you are thinking - where do I start? The good news is that well designed visual content that has an impact on social media tends to have certain things in common – things
Covid 19 - A practical guide for Schools
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Have you ever moved to a foreign country? Not visited - MOVED. It’s exhilarating and utterly disorienting. Suddenly, everything that anchored your life shifts. Language and alphabet, familiar shops, the value of
School Communication Strategies
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Do first things first. Think - Consistent, transparent, and compassionate communication, and don’t forget to celebrate the little things! We’ve rounded up all the best practices that we are hearing...   Parents
Five reasons pre-recorded asynchronous lessons are your best option
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We're hearing most of our clients opting for pre-recorded asynchronous teaching. Live video lessons may seem the obvious solution, but it turns out, pre-recorded videos are better for the following reasons: 1. Active
Three Steps to Help You Steer Your School In This Whirlwind of Change
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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
Learning is a lot like surfing...
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While raising my 3yro & 6yro I'm realizing the value self-paced learning. Learning is like surfing; push too early and you're wiped out by the wave, paddle too late and the wave passes
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