There’s a lot of information out there for school leaders, but too little of it is solutions-focused.
Herndon, Virginia (PRWEB) October 18, 2016
With an eye toward helping close the gap between schools and their local communities comes TrustED, a new content hub and media-rich website featuring news and practical solutions for America’s K12 school leaders. (http://www.trustedk12.com).
Powered by K12 Insight, the new online destination features daily original and curated stories, commentary and special features exploring critical issues facing America’s public schools, with a special focus on community engagement, innovative leadership, student safety and school technology.
“For us, TrustED is about cutting through the clutter,” said Executive Editor Corey Murray. “There’s a lot of information out there for school leaders, but too little of it is solutions-focused. We view TrustED as a destination, a place where school leaders can come for practical ideas and solutions they can use to improve the educational experience across their communities.”
As a former editor of eSchool News and ED-TECH Focus on K-12, Murray brings nearly 20 years of combined education journalism and online content experience to TrustED. He is joined by Managing Editor Todd Kominiak, former manager of online strategies for the National School Boards Association.
In addition to daily original stories and curated content, TrustED will feature special reports, expert commentary from guest writers, shareable infographics and multimedia. Readers can sign up for The List, a bi-weekly newsletter that delivers carefully chosen stories direct to their email inbox.
Follow TrustED on Facebook and Twitter (@K12TrustED).
TrustED, powered by K12 Insight, is an online content hub featuring news and practical solutions for K12 schools leaders, with a special focus on community engagement and technology. It publishes daily. For more information about TrustED, visit http://www.trustedk12.com.
About K12 Insight
K12 Insight, based in Herndon, Va., works with more than 30,000 school administrators to strengthen the relationships that power education. The company’s custom solutions combine technology, research and expert training to help school leaders build trust and drive positive change in their local communities. For more information about K12 Insight, visit http://www.k12insight.com.