Guide to the Best Website for Schools
Best Practices & Recommendations for K-12 Educators
Edlio's Guide to the Best Website for Schools
If you're wondering what you can do to improve the quality of your school website, but you're feeling a little lost about what you actually need or where to find it, we've got you covered! At Edlio, we're a company full of school website experts, and we have built over 16,000 websites for schools; so we know a thing or two about what works and what doesn't. That's why we've filled this guide with all of our best tips & information so that you can be a school website expert, too!
In this ebook, you’ll learn:
- What's a CMS, and do you need one for your school?
- The dangers of relying on an Open Source website or a single webmaster.
- The features you need from a robust school website.
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How Bristol Virginia Public Schools Addressed a Crisis with the Power of Technology
Bristol, Virginia Public School leaders recognized a growing crisis in their school community around the topics of drug abuse and mental health. So they put their energy into creating a live event and virtual resources to support their students & families.
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.