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Monthly Archives: May 2018

From the Podcast: Schools need to be on Instagram

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May 15, 2018

Joel and Carole chat about why schools need to be on Instagram

In this episode, hosts Joel and Carole are back together to talk about their love of Instagram and why it’s the social media platform that deserves your attention. Schools need to be on Instagram, and they explain why.

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From the Podcast: Strategic planning for schools

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May 10, 2018

Discussing strategic planning for schools with Diane Egbers

Host Carole Dorn-Bell speaks with Diane Egbers, the owner of Leadership Excelleration, Inc., about strategic planning for schools.

Diane founded the company 21 years ago with a passion for developing leaders, including administrative teams and boards of education.

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From the Podcast: Communicating with your community

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May 4, 2018

Discussing communicating with your community with Rich Hanson

In this episode of the We Love Schools podcast, host Joel Gagne speaks with Rich Hanson, District Administrator for the Almond-Bancroft School District in Wisconsin, about his experiences in working to get ballot initiatives passed. They discuss why town halls don’t always work, the importance of newsletters and social media in communicating with your community, as well as the one thing that Rich would change about public schools.

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