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Superintendents

Find out how to provide superior customer service in your district

In a time of teacher attrition, declining enrollment, and precarious funding, the pathway to a successful, harmonious school district means creating an environment of trust, accountability, and collaboration.
Better experiences districtwide

Deliver effective service — easier and quicker

With so much competition for your time and resources, Let’s Talk is a reliable, secure districtwide solution that offers efficient communication, effective engagement, and predictive analytics.
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Transparent, proactive communications

Uphold your commitment to better communication

Let’s Talk provides a unified inbox which makes it easier for you to proactively communicate and engage with stakeholders while promoting transparency and collaboration.
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70%

of parents expect a response from their school district within one day

60%

of parents say there was room for improvement in school service in 2021-22

44%

of parents reached out to their district at least six times in 2021-22

Improve equity and access

Meet your families where they are

With an accessible platform and translation tools, Let’s Talk gives school communities an equitable, convenient way to ask questions, report concerns, and provide feedback 24-7 from any device, regardless of their preferred method of communication or level of technology access.
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Strengthen community connections

Spend less time focused on emails and more time building relationships

Your inbox is flooded with emails every day. Let’s Talk takes the chaos out of your inbox and ensures questions and feedback are sent to the right person or department – allowing you to focus on what matters most: building strong relationships with stakeholders.
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