Institution Type: K-12
Explore three opportunities district leaders can take now with their current resources to address the student mental health crisis more effectively.
Low faculty morale isn’t inevitable. EAB has uncovered outlier organizations across industries that dramatically improved employee morale despite challenging circumstances. Explore our Faculty Morale Resource Center for guiding resources and tools you can use to replicate this success at your school.
EAB’s 2023 Voice of the Superintendent provides a unique opportunity for school superintendents to reflect on their current experiences, perspectives, and beliefs. The data compiled from superintendents will lead to timely conversations and research with peers across the nation.
Participate in EAB’s nationwide survey of district leaders on student behavior. We’ll measure the prevalence and types of behavior concerns as well as the barriers school districts are facing to addressing these concerns.
Use our resource center to help your district make faster flashpoint response decisions, identify and prioritize flashpoint risks before they occur, and prepare critical flashpoint communications in advance.
EAB’s Giving Pages Optimization Audit is designed to assess how giving websites perform in three areas: deepening engagement, making a donation, and mobile giving and engagement. After evaluating the giving process, the mobile experience, and how effectively the giving website serves as a cultivation and engagement tool, EAB experts will provide ratings, recommendations, and examples of best-in-class giving pages.
View the materials for EAB’s workshop series, covering everything K-12 leaders need to prepare for potential flashpoints.
This report explores how districts establish and operate their Parent Advisory Committees wherein parents meet with district administrators to provide advisory feedback on various topics and voice opinions and concerns.
Our virtual executive roundtable shared insights on how to effectively engage school boards and cabinets to play their part in cybersecurity and develop a security-first culture across K-12 districts.
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.