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Hallmarks of an Anti-Racist Institution: The Behaviors and Actions that Promote Racial Justice in Education for Independent School Leaders
The national conversation about the impact of racism following the murder of George Floyd and others has created an urgency around the need for change.
More Than a Statement: Learn How Ravenscroft’s Head of School Works with Her Board to Promote an Inclusive Community
To learn about how one head of school employed a proactive approach to engaging her Board of Trustees in the school’s efforts to promote a sense of community belonging, EAB sat down with the head of Ravenscroft School.
Heads of school are increasingly being asked to respond to incivility in the classroom and events off campus. Discover five steps independent schools can follow to reduce tension, address flashpoints, and promote a culture of civility on campus.
A central barrier to racial and socio-economic diversity at independent schools is the cost of attendance, and indexed tuition is one way to attract a wider array of families. This implementation guide contains an overview of indexed tuition models, as well as key considerations and milestones in making a change from a traditional financial aid model.
Our inaugural cohort of 30+ districts is starting the new year ready to meet the needs of their teachers. Their feedback on the experience highlights five reasons why your district should join the movement to raise teacher morale today.
Today’s parents have changed, but independent schools have not, leading to key misalignments between schools and their customers. Explore resources that will allow schools to bridge that gap by developing intentional, comprehensive programming for parents.
Discover two key opportunities for growth K-12 independent schools should focus on amid COVID-19 recovery.
In the wake of the anti-black police violence our country experienced over the summer and increased demands for racial justice, many independent schools are looking inward at how their policies and practices may contribute to racial inequity.
In acknowledging where their ‘view is obstructed’, advancement teams can then start to take bold new steps to craft events that are mission-aligned and inclusive for all
EAB’s new approach for independent school parents includes rethinking which parents they invest the most time with and how they serve them. In doing so, schools can develop lasting partnerships with their parent communities that can yield dividends in their enrollment and advancement efforts.