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Talking to Kids About Violence

Reassuring children that they are safe and making time to talk are just a few suggestions for helping students cope with violence in their local community and wider world. The following resources offer age appropriate suggestions for teachers and parents […]

Webinar Recording – From Triage to Transforming: A Whole-School Approach to Well-Being

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Speaker Spotlight

DEI Institute Speaker Spotlight The following article originally appeared in the Fall 2022 edition of NAIS’s magazine, Independent School and is reprinted here with the author’s permission. Not long after I’d started my first job in an independent school, I […]

Powerful School Partnerships: Learning How to Serve Our Black and Brown Students

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The Resiliency Boys Need

Adolescents worldwide had been struggling with mental health issues pre-pandemic. Now, of course, these struggles have become far worse. Boys are far less likely to admit to mental health struggles, let alone to seek help, than are girls. Research shows, […]

School Stories: Why Worldview? A Call to Christ, A Call to Virtue

Evangelical Christian School’s (ECS) mission is “to provide the Christian family with a Christ-centered, biblically directed curriculum that challenges the students to know the Lord Jesus Christ and to develop the vision and practice of excellence in academics, character, leadership, […]

Student Pregnancy: Considerations for Schools in a Changing Legal Landscape

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From Triage to Transforming: A Whole-School Approach to Well-Being

This workshop will provide educational leaders with a clear framework for building mental health awareness, self-reflection, and empowerment in their students, thereby improving their ability to thrive in their lives in the long-term. Participants will learn how and why current […]

Upper School Roundtable

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Upper School Roundtable

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