The Hunt Institute Launches Newly Redesigned Website
May 19, 2015
DURHAM, NC, May 13, 2015 – The Hunt Institute – nationally recognized as a strategic catalyst for transforming public education and using its expertise to connect policymakers and stakeholders with the best resources to make informed decisions and policies for a quality education for all children – is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website www.hunt-institute.org.
The new website was redesigned to provide visitors an easier way to learn about The Institute’s initiatives and hub of resources.
It showcases a cleaner, more modern, intuitive design with an enhanced navigation and content-management system. Visitors to the website will find a dynamic, interactive homepage with relevant content, facts, and resource tools; enhanced functionality on all pages; a search function in its resource library filtered by topic, content type, and viewer profile type; vivid imagery; and mobile ready access for tablets, laptops, or any device. Social media integration is available with direct links to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and our blog, The Intersection.
“We modernized our website to be a more engaging and content-rich experience for website visitors. Our new design offers easy access to resources and encourages readers to connect with us through social media,” said Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins, Director of Policy, Program, and Communications.
About The Hunt Institute
Created by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors in 2001, The Hunt Institute collaborates with policymakers and stakeholders to secure America’s future through quality education. The Institute connects leaders with the best resources and strategies for developing and implementing policies and programs to improve public education. To that end, The Institute convenes governors, policymakers, and legislators, as well as business, education, and civic leaders across the nation to provide them with the best information to make informed policy decisions.
Tracie B. Ford
Associate Director of Communications