As a new school year dawns, we take a look back at four statistics that defined the previous academic year. Will this year bring changes? Time will tell.
As school competition ramps up, school districts across the country are emphasizing customer service to stay vital to their communities.
As K-12 public schools face declining enrollments, here are five steps worth taking to retain and attract students and families.
For public schools, declining student enrollments translate to loss of funding and resources.
Santa Ana USD’s chief communications officers explains how her district uses strong engagement and listening to battle declining enrollment.
Customer service in schools may be a new concept for many, but it’s essential in an era of school choice and competition.
Former superintendent Dr. Gerald Dawkins says improving customer experience in schools requires a district-wide commitment.
New infographic illustrates the hard truth about student enrollment in the age of competition—and what public schools can do about it.
As districts ramp up school marketing efforts, listening to parents, students, and staff is key.
Recent forecasts from the National Center for Education Statistics point to steep declines in public school enrollment in several states.