#InItTogether During COVID-19 and Beyond: How K-12 Districts and Schools are Staying Connected & Delivering Remote Instruction

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Earlier this year, K-12 districts and schools across the nation quickly transitioned to fully remote instruction as a result of COVID-19. During this unprecedented shift, we’ve been lucky to witness an incredible community of educators unite to share innovations, best practices, and successes while charting a new course for the future. Watch the client stories below to learn about the creative ways institutions are leveraging Blackboard Unite for K-12 tools and solutions to advance learning, help students stay connected to their teachers and each other, and drive student engagement.

We’ll be sharing additional client stories over the next several weeks, so bookmark this page to stay in the know!

Grand Forks Public Schools, Grand Forks, North Dakota

Hear Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator Tracy Jentz, APR, M.A. share her best practices for consistent communication with educators, students, families, and the broader education community via Blackboard Mass Communication.

Lake Travis Independent School District

Learn how Marco Alvarado, Director of Communications, Media & Community Relations at Lake Travis Independent School District, is leveraging Blackboard Mass Notification to communicate critical information to parents and teachers, while also soliciting their insights, questions, concerns, and preferences for the upcoming school year via surveys.