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New Crisis Communications Academy Workshop Now Enrolling

New Crisis Communications Academy Workshop Now Enrolling

When a crisis occurs, school district stakeholders and others expect transparent, timely and accurate information. Is your district and staff prepared?

Friday, December 29, 2023/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (246)/Comments (0)/
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Communicating During a World Crisis

Communicating During a World Crisis

As violent conflicts continue in the Middle East following weekend attacks in Israel and airstrikes in Gaza, wide-reaching impacts are being felt by students and families across the United States.

Tuesday, October 10, 2023/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (291)/Comments (0)/
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Rick Kaufman, APR, Named 2023 Presidents Award Recipient

Rick Kaufman, APR, Named 2023 Presidents Award Recipient

The award is NSPRA's highest honor bestowed on an individual.

Monday, May 8, 2023/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (308)/Comments (0)/
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Communication Strategies to Prepare for Challenging Times

Communication Strategies to Prepare for Challenging Times

Communities nationwide are yet again faced with trying to process an act of violence with impacts that reach far beyond Memphis, Tenn. NSPRA offers five strategies for school public relations professionals who want to prepare for communications during these challenging times.

Friday, January 27, 2023/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (214)/Comments (0)/
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A Message From NSPRA President Nicole Kirby, APR

A Message From NSPRA President Nicole Kirby, APR

As we continue to reflect on and process the incredibly tragic and senseless school shooting that left 21 people dead at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, earlier this week, a stoic truth remains: As school communicators, we know this could happen in any of our communities.

Thursday, May 26, 2022/Author: Sarah Loughlin/Number of views (76)/Comments (0)/
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