Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Michael Richardson, Gary Galluzo, and Dwight Cline
Specialist in Education
Literature was reviewed to determine the importance of a public relations program in the public school system. Information was retrieved from various published sources, including materials from the National School Public Relations Association, professional journals, books relating to public relations and a variety of other educational reports.
An analysis of the literature reveals the following components of a successful public relations program:
- A plan of action benefits the public relations program.
- Staff participants benefit the public relations program.
- Parent involvement is an important aspect of the public relations program.
- Community involvement is essential to a successful public relations program
Communication | Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Hunter, Lawrence Crittenden, "Public Relations: Its Importance in the Public School System" (1990). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1690.