It’s not every day that a client reaches out to show off how they are introducing one of Tyler's solutions to their community. So when the Palmyra-Macedon Central School District showed us the video they created to introduce Tyler Drive™ to their parents and students, we were blown away. Pal-Mac’s 50 buses were recently equipped … Continue reading District’s Creativity Shines in Tyler Drive Video
If I want unlimited, on-demand music, I can download an app. If I want up-to-date weather alerts, I can have my phone ping me. I don’t even need to pay for a cable subscription anymore: my kids stream YouTube right on the TV in our living room. This is the new normal, not just for … Continue reading 6 Pieces of Technology that Improve Parent Communication
In my previous life as a Soldier in the U.S. Army, my standards for leadership were pretty high. We weren’t infantry, artillery, or Special Forces. I served in the Army Corps of Engineers, and we were building roads, fortifying bases, and hauling supplies. The blue-collar workers of the military — they don’t make movies out … Continue reading Four Virtues from the Military That Can Help Your K-12 Operation Today
We all know how important documentation is in the K-12 transportation industry. With such precious cargo, safety is paramount. More than that, emotions can run high, and the risk of liability is even higher. Your district is doing everything it can to ensure safety and stability, but you need documentation to prove it. Let’s take … Continue reading 5 Types of Documentation, and How Technology Can Help
In Men, Machines, and Modern Times, Elting Morison shares the story of a British officer in the 1940s who was reviewing his unit’s processes. Previously pulled by horses, the unit’s cannons had been mechanized, and the officer brought in an expert to study stop-motion pictures of a light artillery crew going through their firing drills. … Continue reading Are You Still Holding Your Horses?