Independent School Executive Forum
- 124 partner schools across the United States
- ~90% of partners consider national meetings “Excellent.”
District Leadership Forum
- Currently serving 120 (and counting) partner districts across the US
- 3.95/4.00 cumulative national meeting GPA since 2017
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Adopting a Career Academy model, which aligns high school curricula with career themes and creates a more personalized educational environment through small learning communities, has contributed to higher graduation rates and earnings among participating students. This brief explores how districts can effectively establish Career Academies.
Although there’s little debate that a student’s ability to see is fundamental to their ability to read, clear vision remains a basic need that is easily overlooked and unaddressed.
Learn about the research behind recess optimizing existing instructional time and improving student well-being.
Districts are launching summer programs to mimic the structure and routines of kindergarten that focus exclusively on routines, procedures, behaviors, and understanding and expressing one’s emotions.
This infographic shows high school students the road to college graduation and how to pick the college they're most likely to matriculate from.
To increase high-quality instructional time each day and reduce student stress, administrators are redesigning middle school schedules to increase instructional time and minimize transition time. Redesigned schedule models provide administrators with the freedom to align the schedule directly with the vision and needs of the school community. Districts can modify the schedule to create an […]
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This webconference will explore the frequency of disruptive behaviors and current approaches to address them, and then present strategies to prevent these behaviors from arising in the classroom.
This webconference will focus on building principal knowledge and teacher expertise and highlight ways to transfer practitioner knowledge into classroom action.