These insights, tips, and reflections on key issues in strategic communication and K-12 education are designed to spark conversation and challenge conventional thinking.
If your school district decides to delete Twitter from its social media menu, here are some important steps to consider.
How to craft effective messages as students and staff return for a new school year
Design and launch a comprehensive public engagement campaign to inform voters about what’s at stake.
Helping school districts to communicate effectively with families and staff, and the community about safely reopening schools.
As school districts grapple with the complex issues associated with reopening schools after Covid-19, it’s essential to communicate clearly with families, staff, and partners throughout the process.
With schools across the country closed for weeks or months because of the coronavirus, here are some tips for staying in touch with your school communities.
Engage your team in customized training to communicate effectively through unexpected situations.
The latest Gallup poll indicates public satisfaction with K-12 schooling by only a narrow margin, with nearly half citing dissatisfaction.
In our eagerness to keep families and the community informed, we can easily do too much talking and not enough listening.
The start of a new school year presents a unique opportunity to deliver to your community optimistic messages about what’s in store for a successful year ahead.
Our latest profile for WriteBoston highlights its innovative partnership with the Chelsea (MA) Public Schools to strengthen middle school writing and literacy skills.
Horan Communications served as project manager and communications strategist for the launch of a statewide advocacy campaign in Massachusetts, exSEL: Excellence through Social-Emotional Learning.
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