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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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Now displaying: February, 2018
Feb 26, 2018

The Superintendent of Mason City Schools, Gail Kist-Kline, has spent over 30 years in the public school system and has experienced how our schools view and internalize the idea of diversity. She speaks with Joel about how things have changes and where diversity in public schools is headed next.

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Feb 22, 2018

Carole speaks with Rick Smith about the ways in which career and technical programs are being re-examined and re-imagined for the modern workforce.

Rick Smith is the superintendent of Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and the Career and Technical Center Representative for the Ohio Small and Rural Collaborative

For complete show notes, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Feb 19, 2018

Former Representative Mike Ward joins the WLS podcast to talk about how school boards aren't that different from his experience on the state and federal level.

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Feb 15, 2018

Heidi Feller, Chief Inspiration Officer for #SocialSchool4EDU, talks to Joel about some of the best practices that schools can utilize to help tell their story and inspire their community.

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Feb 12, 2018

Creg Williams is the Superintendent of Schools for the Thornton Fractional High School District in Illinois. He speaks with Joel about the opportunities and challenges of diversity in public schools.

For complete show notes, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

Feb 8, 2018

Janine Levin has been teaching for 18 years - most of them at Maury Elementary School in the Washington D.C. Public Schools system. She speaks with Joel about what led her to the public schools, the importance of Pre-K, and what she would change in the future.

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Feb 5, 2018

The Dublin City Schools have grown rapidly since the early 2000's and, with that, they have seen an increase in diversity. Last year alone, the district enrolled students from 100 different countries! Dr. Todd Hoadley is the superintendent of the district and he speaks with Joel about the district's growth, the benefits of diversity both in the classroom and out in the real world, the challenges of catering to 61 different languages, and the biggest misconception about diversity in schools.

For complete show notes, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

 

Feb 1, 2018

Paul Imoff's community just passed a $230 million bond issue. Paul is the superintendent of Upper Arlington Schools in Ohio and he speaks with Joel about their proactive steps to communicate their needs to the community and get the resources they need to serve their students. (Spoiler: It takes planning, a lot of direct conversations with community members, and a lot of work.)

For complete show notes, visit www.weloveschoolspodcast.com.

 

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