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Education

Put the Freeze on Summer Melt

The summer between high school and college is a unique time. The previous months have been filled with activity: submitting applications, waiting for acceptance letters, choosing schools, submitting […]

TCPA and Schools: What You Need to Know

If you’re currently using or considering switching to an automated messaging system for communicating with the members of your school community, you’re likely already aware of the many […]

Bullying – Part Two

Bullying affects a reported 15 to 25 percent of students in the United States. It can be physical, verbal or psychological. It is characterized by an imbalance of […]

Six Ways Your Alumni Can Work for You

For colleges and universities, having a strong alumni network is an important factor in accomplishing goals and positioning the school as a top-tier organization, making it more attractive […]

Bullying – Part One

Wherever groups of children interact, bullying has a way of rearing its head. The phenomenon is widespread—but it’s also avoidable. Schools can take action against bullying behavior by […]

Guns on Campus

In the aftermath of high-profile shootings on college campuses, college administrators are considering whether to allow guns on campus. Administrators are divided, with some seeing guns as a […]