Want to combat the teacher shortage at your school or district?
Harness your school technology platform to recruit—and retain—the best teachers for your school. Download our FREE ebook, "11 Things Teachers Want from Your School Technology Platform" today!
The teacher shortage is real.
Now, more than ever, teachers need support. It’s time to rethink every aspect of your system, to question whether it’s truly attracting and supporting the teachers you need. Though this task may feel overwhelming, a good place to start is with the public face of your school or district: your digital communications platform.
In this ebook, you’ll learn how to:
- Use your school website to take workload off teachers' plates
- Harness your communications platform to streamline tasks for school-to-home messaging
- Increase accountability and time spent focusing on instruction
- Recruit new teachers using your school technology platform
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Please submit the form and we will email you the ebook. Download this free guide today, and get ready to support your teachers with technology
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A Portfolio and a Path to Connection: How Josephine C. Locke Elementary’s CMS is More than a Website
The leaders of Josephine C. Locke Elementary School wanted a website that was an accurate and polished reflection of the hard-working students and staff at their school.
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.