Parental Engagement & Network Managers
I am leading a session in think tank next week about Parental Engagement and would like your views to take with me.
So the blurb says
So to me this is split into two issues
NETWORK MANAGERS are in a special situation in having to manage potentially new systems of data processing and interoperability. How is Parental Engagement influencing their work? Does the support for Primary schools need to be reconsidered? Does every child now signify an additional user account for Home-Access ie at least doubling the number of permitted user-accounts? As Home-Access becomes more popular (and large numbers of children and parents could be on-line) how will this affect on-line licensing? Is SSO an issue?
More servers (if hosted on site)
Who supports the parents at 8pm at night when they can't login in
Does the system make sure court order parents do not get access if not how do you deal with that?
Smaller schools and primnary schools
Is the system showing only info required (behaviour??)
What peoples views on this and how it effects our role?