The District Leadership Forum is pleased to announce its annual executive roundtable series for 2019-2020. Each meeting will convene for two days of thought-provoking research, engaging discussions, and networking with other superintendents and district leaders from across the country. Attendees of this event will learn the latest research and innovative best practices to address the adolescent mental health crisis and develop highly effective school leadership.
Enrollment teams need to be looking ahead to the critical admissions work they do in the fall to set up their academic classes for the next few years. Join EAB experts and enrollment leaders at our virtual working sessions to discuss how to adjust student recruitment to our socially distanced environment.
Join us in our Enrollment Roundtables, which will feature presentations of new EAB research and discussions about today’s most pressing enrollment management issues. The events focus on the full range of strategic and operational issues facing the heads of enrollment management, including organizational design, admissions, financial aid, and student success.
EAB is creating small-group cohorts of independent school peers, meeting monthly at regularly scheduled times. During these events, EAB will present timely updates on top-of-mind enrollment and financial aid issues, and for peer discussion among enrollment leaders.
EAB provides insight for academic leaders who must determine how to offer high-quality instruction in multiple modalities as safely as possible.
Texas Tech University Online (TTU K12) has significant experience and insight to offer schools as they prepare for distance learning 2.0 in the fall.
This series of virtual meetings will offer Chiefs of Staff a unique opportunity to brainstorm, network, and troubleshoot with other strategic deputies in a closed-door environment. The meetings in this series will focus on research and tools to help Chiefs of Staff as they work, this summer and beyond, to ensure the resilience of their institutions in the face of constant and urgent change.
Career services leaders and employers must rethink how employers can connect virtually with students this summer, into the fall, and beyond.
As the coronavirus crisis impacts professional job prospects and university enrollment targets, professional and adult education units must develop innovative and flexible programs which meet the evolving needs of the market, young alumni, and working professionals. Participants in the meeting will have the opportunity to share their own ideas, explore how peers would design a new program to meet the needs of young alumni or current professionals in specific industries, and help shape and direct EAB research.
EAB is creating small-group cohorts of independent school peers, meeting monthly at regularly scheduled times. During these events, EAB will present timely updates on top-of-mind advancement issues, and for peer discussion among advancement leaders.
Join this virtual fireside chat with Harvard Business School’s Euvin Naidoo and Robert Morris University president Chris Howard to hear how Agile principles can help colleges and universities respond quickly to challenges surfaced by COVID-19 and free up leadership to focus on strategy.
Work with EAB and fellow heads of school to scenario plan ways to acknowledge, respond to, and plan for racial justice events on campus.