Content Type: Blogs
As the nation grapples with systemic racism, expect a conversation around school policing. Here is what district leaders need to know.
The principal role has become increasingly demanding in recent years, but with the outbreak of COVID-19, the job has only grown in complexity and difficulty. Some districts have successfully embraced alternative leadership models that have allowed for more efficient and effective school leadership. Learn more about the distributed leadership model.
We believe several of the innovations related to digital engagement are here to stay, and will be a necessary component of events strategy, relationship building, and alumni outreach. See examples of how independent schools are already adapting to changes.
Ask these three questions to evaluate your data readiness to respond to COVID-19, across key principles of accessibility, quality, and agility.
As a result of prolonged lost classroom time compounded with the trauma of COVID-19 and the uncertainty of indefinite distance learning, students are expected to enter school this fall almost a full grade level behind.
Learn what enrollment leaders can do to address students’ and families’ concerns during each step of the path to enrollment.
Peer-advising teams are an cost-effective way to expand the reach of your student support efforts. See seven steps to create your own in just a few weeks.
We’ve identified 10 key considerations to keep in mind when making critical district-level decisions around scheduling and logistics for next school year
Explore three principles that can help department chairs, deans, and provosts lead during uncertainty.
Key lessons for independent school leaders about financial aid and tuition during the COVID-19 crisis
On May 27th, EAB held a webinar for independent school enrollment managers and CFOs to discuss financial aid and tuition strategies in response to COVID.