Does Call Recording Make the Grade for Schools?
Call recording is many things, but is it a viable solution for schools? On the heels of recent state mandates, many school districts are legally required to implement a solution for call recording in their schools.
Much like we discussed in our previous series “This Call Will Be Recorded”, there is quite a number of logical ways that a call recording solution would benefit any school.
As inbound threats continue to rise, schools must be prepared. In this manner, call recording offers an opportunity to capture and archive recordings of any calls deemed threatening. This allows the school to supply said recording to the police, allowing them to safely address the issue.
On top of that, any interactions between a teacher and a parent can also be recorded. This helps ensure the accuracy of the communication while protecting teachers from vulnerable positions.
In both of those examples, call recording acts as a safety blanket. But there is so much more to the solution than that. Teachers and staff will find call recording as a great alternative for referencing important communications and professional development. Digital classrooms, remote learning, and call archiving are among the other benefits.
The versatility of call recording allows a school, or school district, to implement the solution extremely quickly, thereby allowing the school to take advantage of the system’s potential.
Since ISI has addressed this issue with many of its educational institutions, we wanted to share our findings with the rest of you through a guide titled “Top 5 Reasons for Implementing Call & Video Recording in Schools”. Just follow the link below to download the guide for free.
If you have already implemented a call recording solution in a school environment, or are planning on implementing in the near future, let us know what motivated you to make the decision.