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Glasgow City Council has revived its digital strategy by rolling out an online communication system across all of its schools.
ParentsPortal, which is operated at schools in the northeast of the city, allows parents and guardians to access their child’s school 24 hours a day.
The online system, which will be rolled out to all local primary and secondary schools from today, allows parents to update personal information, fill out permits and licenses and check school calendars. Information cards, timelines and the ability to submit applications in real time are included.
Chair of Digital Glasgow Angus Millar said: “The ParentsPortal is a great example of how digital technology can improve people’s lives, in this case it provides a simple link to provide the latest information about measuring school activities and how children are progressing. This is a great addition to the wide range of communication channels that are open between parents, guardians and schools.
The digital system was previously used in other local powers including Aberdeenshire, East Renfrewshire and North Lanarkshire.
Glasgow City Council launched its Digital Glasgow initiative in November 2018, showcasing its vision of becoming a “world class city with a thriving digital economy and community, where all and sundry can thrive. benefits from state -of -the -art digital communication and skills, where technology is used to improve.The quality of life of everyone, drive innovation in businesses and service design and improve our city, its communities and its economy ”.
At the time of the release, Millar said he described it as “an important vision for the city where digital can drive economic growth, transform our public service and improve the quality of life. life of our countrymen ”.
As part of the overall plan, the council unveiled a digital building project earlier this year that has a strong focus on ensuring the city’s public has access to the internet.
After working with landlords, the local authority found that 65% of families living in the city’s community rental district had been evicted due to not having a broadband connection.
Kenny McLean, who co -chairs the community, housing and federal government committee, said that between now and 2028 the authority will work with other housing and partners to ensure helping to provide broadband can improve home services as much as they can afford. provide data.
Glasgow uses the same online portal for parents in all city schools
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