TSPRA E-newsletter

Issue 204, July 29, 2015
In this issue...

Feature Story
Book your room for the 2016 conference

Other Stories
Document Vault Drive
♦ Sponsor Spotlight

Upcoming Events
and MORE!home newspaper


A Claim, a Fact, a Benefit 

Here's a method that will help you write a good single-point message. It should contain a claim, a fact and a benefit. For example:
Claim: The new reading curriculum has had proven success across the country.
Fact: It has raised reading scores by a minimum of 22 percent.
Benefit: As a result, we expect similar gains in reading competency for our students.

- Jim Dunn, APR, president of
Jim Dunn & Associates,
Liberty, Mo., and an NSPRA past president

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TSPRA is preparing to launch a member satisfaction survey with the help of our sponsors at K12 Insight. Stay tuned for more details.