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Enrollment & Student Attrition

Reduce student attrition through superior customer service

Districts around the country are managing dwindling enrollment as families shift to competing options. Let’s Talk provides a platform for community connection — helping you meet stakeholder needs and keeping your staff, students, and families satisfied.
Declining enrollment

Why families are leaving public schools

In recent years, alternatives to public K-12 education have resulted in declining enrollment for school districts across the nation. It only takes one negative experience with your district for families to seek other options.
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Why customer service matters
A recent report found a direct correlation between family satisfaction and district-provided customer service: As satisfaction increases, so does trust; and as trust increases, so does the likelihood and frequency of positive recommendations.
Read the full report
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Develop and nurture relationships

Delivering superior service

Connection forms when people experience high levels of trust, care, kindness, empathy, and appreciation. It's also vital for building trust, increasing parent satisfaction, and keeping families in K-12 public school districts.
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Increase stakeholder satisfaction

Better experiences. Better education.

Through tools like Let’s Talk, your district can facilitate effective communication and superior customer service — helping you gain the trust and confidence of stakeholders and leading to greater satisfaction with your district.
Learn more about Let’s Talk.
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students left public education in 2021


of parents said there was room for improvement in school customer service


of parents expect an answer to their question within one day