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We Love Schools

WE LOVE SCHOOLS is a weekly podcast that highlights success stories in school communications campaigns. We address the issues, obstacles and benefits of communicating with your community in today’s all-access social media-driven world. Subscribe to our podcast for inspiration, best practices and critical industry news.
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Dec 9, 2015

Branding is an important part of business, and it is just as important in education. Amanda Morris joins us to talk about branding--for individuals, organizations, leaders, and schools. She is a huge proponent of public education. Her parents made sure she and her siblings received the best possible educational opportunities and she believes that those experiences have led them all to the successful and fulfilling lives they have today.

For more information about the podcast, please visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

Dec 9, 2015

Kindergarten teachers have a special place in many of our hearts. In this episode, Joel speaks to a veteran teacher about how to communicate with parents and children.

Barnie Arnold has been teaching kindergarten for 15 years in Westfield and Carlisle Massachusetts. Early in her pre-service teacher training she worked with students in the urban, low-income setting of Cambridge. It was there that she saw how valuable and powerful the role public education played in these students’ and families’ lives.

For more information about the podcast, please visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

Dec 9, 2015

Speaking with educators time and time again about issues that concern parents, teachers, administrators and students we came to the conclusion that there are too many schools that have great stories that aren’t being shared. We want to tell those stories and we are seek to push past the negativity that often permeates education culture in the United States. We are strong supporters of public schools and the narratives that connect us all as members in the communities we live in and the truly great things happening in schools across the country. Our goal is to be a vehicle to deliver these stories to the world and community at large.

Joel Gagne and Carole Dorn-Bell speak each week about the importance of the work they are setting out to do and the value that they are seeking to bring to the community and their listeners. Wading through the thick smoke of negativity that often clouds the educational realm, WLS seeks to share the stories of hard work, communities working together, and schools providing amazing opportunities for students.

For more information about the podcast, please visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

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