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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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Nov 30, 2017

Joel speaks with Nick Jaworski, former music teacher and current podcast producer, to discuss how to start a podcast for a district or school and, more importantly, why it might be a good idea.

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Nov 27, 2017

Joel speaks with Dr. Ray Lechner from the Wilmette Public Schools (District 39) about some of the ingredients that makes Wilmette one of the best districts in the state of Illinois. Dr. Lechner speaks about the district’s focus on personalization for every child along with their communication strategies (that involve the park district, library, rotary club… you name it). They also speak about the importance of internal communication with staff.

For more, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Nov 23, 2017

Carole speaks with Tate Skinner, Secretary for the Ohio Small & Rural Collaborative (OSRC). He’s also the Assistant Principal at Minford High School. They speak out Tate’s philosophy behind social media and how Minford High School uses live streaming to provide access for students and families.

For more, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Nov 20, 2017

Joel speaks to former Mike Ward, former congressman from Kentucky. They talk about some best practices in public school advocacy and how schools can grab the attention of the public and their elected officials.

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Nov 16, 2017

Carole speaks with CJ Soliday, a Behavioral Health Specialist at the Delaware Area Career Center in Ohio. They discuss the vital role that CJ plays in helping the students of DACC succeed including her work with students with diagnosed mental health needs, helping to identify students with undiagnosed needs, and assisting in urgent mental health needs.

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Nov 13, 2017

Carole speaks with Sue Hanson from HelpLine: A resource that  updates and maintains the resource directory to link people with available services in 5 counties within Ohio. They speak about the importance of such a service and how it could help families, parents, teachers, and everybody cope with the difficulties that keep them from being as successful and happy as they could be.

Visit http://helplinedelmor.org/ for more information.

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Nov 9, 2017

Carole speaks with Dr. Daniel Kaffenbarger, the Superintendent of the Madison-Champaign Educational Service Center in Ohio. Dr. Kaffenbarger talks about the breadth of ESC's programming, the importance of ESC's, how they provide services at a fraction of the cost of traditional K-12 districts, and much more.

For more, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Nov 6, 2017

Joel speaks with Dr. Dave Palzet, superintendent in Pleasantdale Elementary District 107 in Illinois. They talk about the shift towards more student-centered pedagogy, the importance of creation over consumption, and three core principles that have helped to reshape Pleasantdale.

For more, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Nov 2, 2017

Joel talks with Eric Waldo, former Chief of Staff for President Obama's Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. He was also the Executive Director for Reach Higher - an initiative started by Michelle Obama. Eric is currently the Executive Vice-President for Education at Civic Nation.

Eric talks with Joel about his part work on behalf of public education and what he thinks is coming up next. 

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