Spokane Public Schools Spring 2014


Spokane Public Schools uses Thoughtexchange to involve community in future plans

Since 2008, the world has experienced a number of significant shifts in global economic and social welfare. These changes impact not only the highest levels of government, but also local communities and regions, leaving organizations to adapt and work within new parameters.

Spokane Public Schools (SPS) isn’t immune to these changes, and to address the economic and social impacts on the region and improve their own engagement process, they sought a new way to hear from participants in a more meaningful way and involve more stakeholders than ever before.

"Thoughtexchange affirmed for us that people truly want to be engaged, but didn’t always have the right tools to become engaged before."KEVIN MORRISON, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY RELATIONS