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Understanding the Future of Education

Join expert analysts from Future Design School and unpack emerging education trends analyzed in The Future of Education Report 2022, including: Developing and measuring critical competencies Creating a future-ready portrait of a graduate Deepening personalized learning Rethinking assessment During this […]

Subject for Independent Schools

Are you struggling to find highly qualified teachers for key subjects? Are you interested in growing your course selection but lacking the capacity? Subject is an accredited learning platform designed to deliver quality education to learners everywhere. They are partnering with […]

Understanding the Future of Education

Join expert analysts from Future Design School and unpack emerging education trends analyzed in The Future of Education Report 2022, including: Developing and measuring critical competencies Creating a future-ready portrait of a graduate Deepening personalized learning Rethinking assessment During this […]

Upper School Heads Virtual Roundtable Recording – April 14, 2022

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School Stories: The Mount Vernon School’s Innovation Diploma

By Brad Droke, The Mount Vernon School In the spring of 2014, Mount Vernon Ventures at The Mount Vernon School hosted an event called the Council on Innovation, where several groups of students were assembled to engage in a design […]

Mental Health of Student-Athletes

By Danielle Vallas and Gabriella Pelosi, D&G Wellness Consulting Katie Meyer, a senior studying international relations at Stanford University, was a dynamic student-athlete serving as goalkeeper and captain for the women’s soccer team. Katie died by suicide on March 1, […]

From Triage to Transforming: A Proactive Whole-School Approach to Mental Health 

This session will provide educational leaders with a clear framework for how they can effectively support the mental health of their students and teachers. They will be given specific steps they can take to ensure all of their teachers are […]

School Wellness Trends You Can’t Ignore

Stress is up, wellness is down, and school leaders need to act. We’re rapidly approaching some of the hardest school months. Tests, prom, and graduation are hallmarks of the spring semester—but are often accompanied by stress, social conflicts, and rising […]

Ten Steps to Effective Hiring

Hiring the best candidate is the ultimate goal of the hiring process. It provides an opportunity for a school to learn if the candidate is the right fit for the school, and for the candidate to evaluate if the school […]

Women’s History Month Resources and Activities for the Classroom

The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in commemorating and encouraging the study, observance, and celebration of […]