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A school communication professional wears an incredible number of hats. One of the most visible – and important – hats is that of a community advocate.
While the ever-changing landscape of education and communication continues to evolve at what seems like lightning speed, traits of an effective school communicator have stood the test of time, serving as guideposts that practitioners can turn to during times of change or crises.
An update from NSPRA Executive Director Barbara M. Hunter, APR, and CoSN Chief Executive Officer Keith R. Krueger.
As we head into a new school year, there are also some changes ahead for NSPRA members. As part of our strategic planning process earlier this year, we listened to our members about what they wanted from NSPRA. We heard you loud and clear: fewer emails, more compelling content and free PR Power Hours for members.