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Parent Teacher Communication That Connects

Strengthen your communication with these strategies designed to clarify your messaging, boost engagement, and foster stronger school/home relationships.

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Parent Teacher Communication that Connects

At Edlio, we believe that effective parent teacher communication isn’t about technology, it’s about people. If you’re posting information online but you feel like you aren’t getting any engagement in return, this is the guide for you. In this ebook, we’ve compiled a wealth of resources to help you strengthen your communication with strategies designed to clarify your messaging, boost engagement, and foster stronger school/home relationships.


In this ebook, you’ll learn how to:

  • Evaluate your current communication strategies & update them for today’s needs
  • Maximize your efforts by choosing the right channels to communicate your messages
  • Avoid information overload by segmenting your audience and personalizing your messaging to the needs of your community
  • Streamline your systems so that you can work smarter, not harder, on your communication plan

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Please submit the form and we will email you the ebook. Download this free guide today, and get ready to connect with your school community!

RESOURCES

Boost your Parent Teacher Communication with These Resources Designed Specifically for K-12 School Leaders

What is Kendra Full

Edlio is a technology company that simplifies and streamlines school’s communication with their students, families, and community.

With over 20 years exclusively in the K-12 arena, Edlio created a digital platform to combine all of the digital systems schools are using into one place (website, parent communication, online school payments, forms, emails, etc), and we made it easy to use. We made it specifically for educators, not tech people. We built it with the goal in mind to engage parents, because we know that the common goal for Edlio and schools is to increase academic outcomes, and that happens when parents and communities are engaged.