When students and parents are sent text messages on a regular basis, student achievement improves.
As an educator, making calls to parents is tricky for a number of reasons. Lack of time, difficult documentation processes, and unpleasant subject matter all contribute to why you might feel anxious about completing the task.
A child attends school anywhere between 175-180 days a year, and some absences are to be expected in the case of illness, family emergencies, etc… but did you know that missing just two days a month can hinder your child’s education?
It’s easy to feel like we live in the future. The science fiction of our childhood is now the reality of our daily lives.
At-risk. It’s a catchy term in education. It’s a scary term to most.
Have you ever met someone and right off the bat, you knew you weren’t going to jive with this person?
If my friends and I wanted to talk to each other at school, we either passed notes or had to impatiently wait until lunch or recess.
I was used to being the smart kid. I'd never encountered a class where I wasn't one of the first to shoot my hand up whenever the teacher asked a question.
Cloud-based education platforms have revolutionized the way teachers communicate with students in the classroom,
making it instantaneous and more effortless than ever. But what if technology could revolutionize how teachers communicate with parents in that same way?