Last Updated: July 28, 2021
In November 2006, a study was commissioned by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) to assess the current opinions and perceptions of independent schools. This study, conducted by Shugoll Research, had the objectives of assessing attitudes toward quality objectives; assessing awareness and perceptions of independent schools; and comparing perceptions of independent schools to perceptions of public schools. This study provides some useful information that is worth consideration for independent school leaders.
In this recording, we joined SAIS President Debra Wilson for the new Trustee Education Series focused on best practices in independent school governance, including boundaries, confidentiality, committee structure, and more. The curriculum is designed for heads of school, board chairs, and trustees.