Good news is now being broadcast to 120 schools in partnership with Digital Signage Company

Franklin County Tennessee High School / Rise Vision

With depression and anxiety in children on the rise during the pandemic and worrying news only adding to the mental health burden in our schools, now is a great time to spread positive news headlines in hallways and classrooms across the United States.

That’s exactly what Good News Network is now offering in a new partnership with digital signage company Rise Vision.

Launching this month in more than 120 schools, Rise Vision and Good News Network (GNN) are spreading positivity with uplifting news content on video screens for K-12 students. Now students and teachers can stop and read about the cuteness and scientific breakthroughs on new models created by Rise Vision.

Founded in 1997, millions have turned to GNN as an antidote to the barrage of negativity suffered by the mainstream media. Due to its long history, longevity and public trust, GNN.org is #1 on Google for good news.

“Especially this year, which marks our 25th anniversary, GNN is thrilled to help teachers, students and staff stay optimistic during these trying times,” said GNN Founder and CEO Geri Weis-Corbley.

“Digital signage shouldn’t be complicated, it should be positive, educational and informative. Rise Vision’s partnership with Good News Network addresses these points, while being eye-catching and fun. It adds to the conversation about increasing social-emotional learning and takes zero design time from educators,” said Shea Darlison, Head of Marketing at Rise Vision.

“Best of all, these new models help create a nurturing learning environment focused on joy and positivity. As the Rise Vision continues to grow, we are looking for more partnerships to help overcome school and classroom communication barriers and save educators time and effort.

What makes this partnership so great is that there is no additional cost for Rise Vision customers to use these templates. If you want to try Good News Network templates, head over to the Rise vision website and start your free trial.

Rise Vision signage at Jim Thorpe Area High School in Pennsylvania

Rise Vision is the #1 digital signage software solution for schools. Rise Vision helps schools improve communication, increase student engagement, celebrate student achievement, and create a positive school culture. For more information on Good News Network digital signage, contact [email protected].

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