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How Prince George’s County Schools Streamlined Comms to Better Serve Low-Income Families

A diverse public school system needed a solution to their complex communication conundrum

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) in Maryland is one of the nation’s 25 largest school districts with 209 schools, approximately 131,000 students and 156 languages spoken from 147 countries. Each school was using a different digital communications platform, so the district had little visibility into who was sending out and receiving alerts.

PGCPS needed a system that automated the communications process for the entire district, bringing all 209 schools within one efficient communications umbrella. And in order to increase equal access to school information, PGCPS needed a platform with multiple digital channels, including text messaging, available at no cost to the recipient.

Download this success story to learn how PGCPS is using Granicus’ govDelivery Communications Cloud to automate and streamline text and email messages to 187,000 parent and student subscribers.”

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