ParentSquare Publishes Information To Assist Districts- eLearning Trade
SANTA BARBARA, CALIF., MARCH 31, 2021– Providing efficient and effective communication with students’ families is one of the overarching challenges school districts face – especially during times of national crises like the COVID-19 pandemic. ParentSquare Inc., provider of the leading unified school-to-home engagement platform for K-12, has released to help K-12 districts find the right tool to meet the needs of district leaders, school leaders, teachers, Parents and legal guardians meet a detailed new guide entitled “A Guide to Choosing a Comprehensive Platform for Unifying School-to-Home Communication”.
“It can be difficult to get parents to get involved with their child’s school if they’re not sure what is going on, especially in the changing environment of face-to-face, online and hybrid learning,” said Anupama Vaid , Founder and President of ParentSquare. “With this useful guide, education leaders can explore how to streamline and secure school-home communications while providing parents with the trusted information they need to support the level of commitment they want their child’s school . “
The 13-page guide explores the many communication challenges districts and schools face, as well as the benefits of unifying different channels of information into one comprehensive school-to-house communication platform. It includes a checklist of questions that administrators can use to evaluate platforms to ensure they are meeting the needs of their stakeholders. The guide also includes best practices from the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township in Indianapolis, Indiana and the Gilroy Unified School District in Gilroy, California.
The free guide can be downloaded from the website.
ParentSquare is used by millions of educators and families in over 44 states for consistent, effective school communication. ParentSquare provides parenting tools that work from the district office to the individual classroom, backed by powerful metrics and reports. ParentSquare’s technology platform offers extensive integrations with student information and other key management systems, translation into more than 100 languages, and access to apps, emails, texts, language and web portals for fair communication. ParentSquare was founded in 2011 and is based in Santa Barbara, California.