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Leaving Old Communication Models in the Past

Communication between schools and parents have evolved to include new technologies that are making it easier.

Chris Hamblin talks about the Schoop app and how it was thought up by self confessed nerd and company founder Paul Smith in December 2012. Frustration that his children’s schools excluded him from communications to save money led to the invention of Schoop.

The name is a contraction of “Schools in the Loop”, but Schoop has evolved and is used by many different organizations that have a wide community audience they need to keep in touch with


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