Promoting Your School Going Beyond PR

ISBN-10: 141295813X
ISBN-13: 9781412958134
Edition: 3rd 2009
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List price: $43.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 1/27/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 264
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Increase public confidence and support for your school through effective communications! Administrators will find that this updated edition of the bestseller is packed with techniques for projecting a positive school image and strengthening the four-way partnership between schools, parents, community, and the private sector. The author offers novice and experienced school leaders practical tools for successfully communicating school goals, successes, challenges, needs, and educational priorities. The new edition features: Updated examples of recommended strategies within each chapter New chapters on "Communicating with Technology" and "Rallying Support for Public Schools" A revised, user-friendly Table of Contents and List of Resources

Carolyn Warner has gained national stature as one of America's most articulate educational and public policy leaders. A product of pioneering Oklahoma stock, her father was an Oklahoma State Senator, teacher, and newspaper publisher in whose honor the first public school in Oklahoma's Indian Territory was named. Her mother, also a teacher, served as a school principal in both Oklahoma and California.With six children in the public schools, Carolyn Warner became an active parent volunteer and PTA member, and she began her public service career with election to the Phoenix Union High School District Board of Trustees. In 1974, following a business career as VP and general manager of a family-owned interior/business design firm, public service became a full-time commitment when she was elected Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the first non-educator ever elected to this post. She was reelected to two additional four-year terms. During her tenure, Warner became nationally known for her advocacy of educational accountability (both academic and fiscal); citizen participation in educational decision making; the integration of career and technical education and basic academic skills; and an unparalleled partnership with school administrators, teachers, and business leaders. Under her leadership, Arizona's Basic Skills and Employability Skills initiatives became national models and were among the first educational materials to be printed in the Navajo language.In 1986, she was her party's nominee for governor. Warner has received a number of Presidential appointments serving under both Republican and Democratic administrations, the White House Conference on Small Business, the National Skill Standards Board, the National Commission on the Public Service and the advisory panel in the financing of elementary and secondary education. As a respected public policy leader, Warner maintains an active role in political and educational initiatives and organizations on both the state and national scene. Drawing on her vast experience in government, business, education, and communications, she heads her own firm, Corporate Education Consulting, Inc., which offers consulting, speaking, seminar, and training services focusing on education, workforce/workplace issues, leadership, and public/private partnerships.Carolyn Warner is nationally known as a speaker of uncommon skills, giving over 30 keynote and seminar presentations per year. Her public speaking expertise is reflected in her bestseller, The Last Word: A Treasury of Women's Quotes . She is also the author of Everybody's House-The Schoolhouse , published by Corwin Press in 1997.

List of Resources and Sample Documents
Foreword
Preface to the Third Edition
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Establishing Communication
The Foundation of Success
The Communication Process
Dealing With Perceptions
Opinion Leaders
Getting the Word Out
Making Your Schools Stand Out
Improving Your Image
Strategic Planning: The Key to Organizational Success
Developing a Marketing Plan
Ideas to Help You Get Started
References and Suggested Readings
Internal Communication
Techniques for Improving Staff Communication
Techniques for Improving Student Communication
References and Suggested Readings
Publications/Electronic Communications
Newsletters
Technology Tools
Monthly Calendar/Menu
Parent/Student Handbooks
Brochures and Flyers
Language
Suggestions for Better Writing
References and Suggested Readings
Media Relations
Building a Working Relationship With Reporters
Getting Your Story to the Media
Writing a News Release
Preparing a Media Tip Sheet
Writing a Public Service Announcement (PSA)
Dealing With Newspapers
Using Television Effectively
Working With Radio
Tips for Talking to the Media
References and Suggested Readings
Building and Strengthening Partnerships
Building Your Team
Who Makes Up the Team
Successful Teams Communicate Well
The Leader as Facilitator
Defining the Task
Getting to Work
References and Suggested Readings
Involving Parents in School
Effective Educators Seek Parent Support
Ways to Involve Parents
Changing Demographics of the American Family
Hard-to-Reach Parents
Parents Needed for Political and Economic Support
References and Suggested Readings
Community Outreach
Getting the Community Involved
References and Suggested Readings
Rallying Support for Public Education
Career and Vocational-Technical Education
How State Coalitions Are Raising Support for Public Education
Strengthening and Showcasing Instruction
Cooperative Learning
Authentic Instruction
Problem-Based Learning
Interdisciplinary Units
Incorporating Technology
Multiple Intelligences
Assessment
References and Suggested Readings
Acknowledging Change
Crisis Management
Organizing a Crisis Planning Committee
Developing a Crisis Plan
School Crisis Team
Managing the Crisis
Communicating the Situation
After the Crisis
A Private Crisis
References and Suggested Readings
Data Gathering: Road Map for Accomplishments
Types of Data Gathering
Identifying Your Target Audience
Deciding What to Ask
Collecting Data From Other Sources
Evaluating and Reporting the Results
References and Suggested Readings
Communicating With (New) Technology: Going Beyond Web Sites
Techno Terminology
Internet Behavior Tracking

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