Designed to Disrupt: Managing Online Discussions

Managing Online Community Discussions

Presented by ACSA and F3

The governance team is responsible for listening to the community and bringing the voice of the public into discussions about district priorities and policies.

What process should you have in place to help your board members monitor and engage the public voice, including the often disruptive online discussions?

Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost and the Association of California School Administrators are excited to convene superintendents in a professional learning environment to discuss strategies to help governance teams embrace the practical reality of social media disruption.

Consider the value in formulating some recommendations for proactive community engagement and social media management to your next governance team retreat.

Who should attend:

Superintendents: Ideal for new, small and suburban district leaders.

Guided discussion:

  • The board's role in public engagement
  • Social media protocols
  • Processes for monitoring and correcting mis- and disinformation
  • Communication tools to disseminate facts and maintain public confidence
  • Creating communication liaisons within your school community

What to bring along:

Board bylaws | Social media policies | LCAP


Sept 19, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Oakland | F3's Oakland Office, 70 Washington St. #205
Oakland, CA 94607

Sept 20, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Sacramento | ACSA Sacramento Office, 1029 J St. #320
Sacramento, CA 95814

Sept 27, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Corona | F3's Inland Empire Office, 4160 Temescal Canyon Rd. #610
Corona, CA 92883

Space is limited.

There is no cost to attend. A complimentary service from the ACSA/F3 Partnership

Need more information?

Contact Barry Groves @ 800.608.ACSA or

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