The 2017 Texas Charter Schools Conference was filled with many informational and engaging breakout sessions related to marketing and communication. In a blog written by our Marketing Manager, Jessica Lam, read as she shares her lessons learned on using social media to generate greater brand awareness for charter schools.
In a field of greater school choices and increased competition, school organizations are working hard to make a positive first impression on families. This video blog demonstrates how SchoolMint's Outreach and Marketing solution can help districts and charter networks deliver a better family experience, showcase their school and program offerings, and gain critical insight into their recruitment and enrollment goals.
Working with over 5,000 partner schools, how does SchoolMint support them all to have a positive experience transforming their enrollment processes? An attentive, customized approach to Customer Success is an essential part of the answer. Read our interview with Katy Burk, Director of Customer Success, to learn more.
Three school leaders discuss their transition to an online student enrollment system and delve into how they realized operational efficiencies and time savings, improved data integrity, and transformed the family experience. Read about their experiences and lessons learned from Spring Branch ISD, Noble Network, and Alliance.
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!
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.
School choice is playing a growing role in the national education landscape, yet choice alone is not sufficient to guarantee a better education for students. CRPE's blog highlights three efforts that Cleveland has made to support families as they navigate the choice process and increase the share of students attending high-performing schools.
Well-designed unified enrollment school systems can dramatically improve the school choice experience for families and administrators. CRPE reports out on what different unified enrollment systems can look like, why they are becoming more popular, and how school and system leaders can approach the process of unifying their enrollment.
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.
In cities where hostility exists between district and charter schools, students and families are most negatively affected. Despite this animosity, leaders are beginning to realize the importance of working together for the benefit of families.