Preparedness is a familiar concept to our members and readers. District leaders, business officials and educators work tirelessly to make sure their organization is prepared for whatever is thrown at them.
Using technology in meaningful ways is as essential to today’s teaching and learning as reading, writing, and arithmetic. Stakeholders from around Baltimore County understood this urgency and prioritized graduating every student globally competitive in our Blueprint 2.0 strategic plan.
With social media being society’s preferred means of communication, we are all coming to grips with a new reality–in time of crisis, parents, students staff, media, and neighbors will look to your online channels for reliable, timely information.
Crisis communication is nothing new to proactive and prepared CoSN members. Much of your time is devoted to anticipating problem scenarios and responding with the best course of action for your district and students.