The 2017 National Charter Schools Conference was filled with inspirational and informative keynote and breakout sessions that spurred perplexing questions and ideas. In a blog written by our Chief Marketing Officer, Lory Pilchik, read as she shares her lessons learned from charter leaders nationwide.
Throughout our three days in D.C., we enjoyed networking at our booth and attending an eclectic mix of keynotes and breakout sessions, with topics ranging from policy, leadership, governance, and operations. Meet the conference team below and read about their experience interacting with charter leaders nationwide!
At SchoolMint, we believe that every family should have access to transparent and accurate information about their child’s education. We launched the School Chooser in 2015 to help families navigate the school choice process and improve communication across districts, schools, and communities. Read our interview with Victoria Pacchiana-Rojas, Product Manager for the School Chooser, to learn more.
Children do better in school when their families are more involved. This blog discusses a few ways that schools can foster better communication with families, encourage active involvement, and build strong relationships with the communities they serve.
A district website can serve as an essential resource for parents to quickly find the information they need about student enrollment. SchoolMint shares some best practices to create an engaging website for your district.
Managing the school application, lottery, and enrollment process is an important investment for schools and parents alike. Interested to make this process work more smoothly? View our infographic to learn 5 ways that SchoolMint can help to streamline and improve your school lottery.
For Camden Enrollment, a unified enrollment system for all public and charter schools in Camden, NJ, providing family support and empowering parents is a top priority. By introducing a hotline and enrollment centers throughout the city, families have access to support throughout the application process.
A key step in building your school's lottery process is determining which preferences will be made available for applicants. Preferences provide an advantage to eligible students and can range from geographic boundaries to sibling attendance.
When making important budget decisions, it's essential to have timely and accurate data at your fingertips. Online and mobile student enrollment systems can help districts and schools quickly understand enrollment trends to inform recruitment and decision-making.
School choice empowers parents to select the best education for their children, but only if school information and the enrollment process are accessible for all. View our infographic to learn about common barriers to school choice participation and how to make school choice work for your city's schools.