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"To find joy in work is to discover the fountain of youth."
— Pearl S. Buck
At Enquiry Tracker, we’re excited to be able to share a new education content series Ticker Ed broadcast every two weeks via the global news streaming service Ticker News.
Hosted by co-founder of Enquiry Tracker, Greg Campitelli, Ticker Ed is a new studio-produced education content show, part of a series called Ticker Originals which have online reach in the millions of monthly hits.
The show focuses on a positive snapshot on topics relevant to education and is streamed live and available on demand. Featuring leaders in education, we cover a broad range of topics including managing and growing enrolments; remote learning; cyber safety, cultivating philanthropy; nutrition; mental wellbeing; emerging technologies; leadership and much more.
Public schools and districts are required by law to provide equal access to services, programs, resources and activities for all students, parents and staff members, regardless of disability. The Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has interpreted this requirement to include access to information and resources found on the school website. This means that schools and districts must take steps to ensure that content on their websites is accessible to people with visual, auditory, dexterity or cognitive challenges.
There are three sections of the law that schools and districts should be aware of when it comes to website accessibility: Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 and Section 508.
The Shady Side Academy Communications Office seeks an experienced, highly organized, collaborative communications professional to join our close-knit team, which is dedicated to telling stories that illustrate Shady Side Academy’s unique value, and to keeping parents, students, faculty, staff and alumni informed and engaged in the life of the school. The Associate Director of Communications is a full-time, in-person, 12-month position that reports to the Chief Communications Officer and is part of a team that includes the Web & Social Media Manager and Visual Media Manager.