Join Dr. Aaron Turpin, Assistant Superintendent of Technology for Hall County Schools, GA and one of the Center for Digital Education’s ‘Top 40 Innovators In Education,’ as he outlines a recipe for success in building a district technology vision and plan for the future including networks and services, information technology, instructional technology, web development, and technology funding.
Dr. Gene Bottoms, Senior Vice President of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) unveil the ‘Top 6 Questions School Board Members Should be Asking their Superintendents.’
When Dr. Curtis Jones joined Bibb County School District in April 2015, he spent his first month visiting area schools and interacting with community members to learn about what was going right, and to hear their suggestions for improving the district.
In order to align to the Missouri Department of Education resource standards, the Grandview Board of Education needed a way to improve their board policy editing, tracking and review process. With the help of SImbli, they created an integrated offering that provided all of their members the use of Simbli’s Policies software.
Laser-focused on sustained excellence and continuous improvement, Oconee County Schools chose Simbli to help them align their board evaluations and self-assessments to the work of the district, and to meet the standards of accreditation.
Experiencing what the school district referred to as ‘SPOTS’ (strategic plans on the shelf), Carroll County Schools turned to eBOARDsolutions to help them streamline strategic plan development and ultimately improve transparency and accountability.
With the demands and complexities of public school systems in the 21st century, it is hard to imagine how school districts can continue raising the bar without effective and comprehensive strategic planning. As I talk with…
Education leaders want their districts and schools to be high performing. To do that, leaders recognize that they must create Performance Cultures. But what exactly is does this mean and what do leaders do to create a Performance Culture?
Without ongoing communication and community engagement, school closures can devastate a school district. District leadership need to have a plan to help guide their policy.
Board management software helps school districts increase productivity and work smarter so they can focus on what really matters — their students.