2020 Collaborative: Prepare for Controversial Campus Events

Image for 2020 Collaborative: Prepare for Controversial Campus Events article

2020 Collaborative: Prepare for Controversial Campus Events

If you are a partner, please log in to register and view event information. If you have additional questions, please contact your Relationship Manager.

While flashpoints can happen anytime, they are more likely to occur during a contentious election cycle. Use EAB’s best practices to prevent and address potential 2020 election incidents on your campus.

Heads of school, or their designee, will find the virtual session valuable. Each session is limited to 15 participants, to promote active discussion. Additional dates will be added as needed; please contact your relationship manager if you cannot attend the scheduled times.

Please limit your registration to only one session; use the drop-down menu above to register for the session that best fits your schedule.

This session is part of a collaborative series of events on preparing independent schools for the 2020 election:

With the 2020 U.S. presidential election just around the corner, school leaders can expect increased tension within their communities this fall. These looming challenges have only been exacerbated by the disruption in typical school programming due to COVID-19 and the politically charged environment left in its wake.

Is your school ready for these challenges?

To support your preparation, we’ve brought together the best of EAB resources on this topic and designed a series of events that will help you craft a speech and expression policy for your school, workshop and finalize your election preparation plans and be best positioned for election day 2020, prevent and address potential election-related incidents on your campus, and set intentions for how to maintain a commitment to civil discourse in 2021 and beyond.

EAB asks you to accept cookies for authorization purposes, as well as to track usage data and for marketing purposes. To get more information about these cookies and the processing of your personal information, please see our Privacy Policy. Do you accept these cookies and the processing of your personal information involved?