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Any school district superintendent users?

Hi! I am a 9-12 public school district superintendent and I have been experimenting using trello with my cabinet members (asst. supts., etc) Any other like me out there who might be willing to share some best practices?


Erica Moss Community Manager Sep 11, 2019

@Robert Bravo Welcome, Robert! We're glad you're here. I'll let some other folks weigh in, but I do like this sample board for research projects and this sample board for lesson planning. 😄

Thanks for sharing @Erica Moss :)

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Iain Dooley Community Leader Sep 16, 2019

@Robert Bravo one thing I found useful for community engagement is the practise of having team viewable boards that allow commenting from team members but without them being able to move or edit cards. This is useful as a sort of discussion board, it's typically used in cases of tech support or similar by software developers. You can also enable the voting power up which allows people to comment and vote on cards even though they can't edit them.

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