In today’s climate, news of incidents of incivility spreads quickly across independent school campuses and beyond. An increase in headlines touting breakdowns in civil behavior has left many heads wondering: what do I do if my campus is next?
Heads of school must have a decision-making policy that delineates when to respond to incidents on and off campus. Use the following infographic to help create a framework that ties a decision to respond to your school’s mission and campus impact.
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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.
This resource will help heads of school identify and design clear faculty guidelines in order to create a safe and consistent school experience for all students.
Climate flashpoints—including protests and demonstrations, controversial campus speakers, and viral social media posts—can catch colleges and universities off guard, making it difficult to craft a swift and appropriate response. Progressive institutions recognize they must have a proactive strategy in place to address student concerns and minimize consequences. The Case Study Compendium can prepare leadership at […]
To help you and you team respond to and prepare for campus flashpoints, we sat down with our student affairs colleagues to learn about some of the key findings from their latest research.