Group-messaging programs help teachers stay in touch with parents

01/3/2013 | Edudemic

Former educator Katie Lepi highlights three group text-messaging and e-mail programs designed to help teachers communicate with parents and students outside the classroom. Several programs allow teachers to use their computer to send messages while keeping their personal cellphone numbers private, but some companies charge a fee for the service.

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