Independent School Management (ISM), Measuring Success, and the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) have harnessed the power of collaboration to renew a study and methodology originally undertaken in 2006 by Measuring Success and repeated in 2011 by Measuring Success with ISM. These studies suggested that there was no relationship between tuition increases and enrollment; this has been a help to many schools. Some schools, however, were concerned that the results of these studies did not examine the nuanced measures of enrollment, did not sufficiently reflect their individual circumstances, or that, after five years since the last study, the market had changed. To continue to address this important question, the same three leading organizations have worked together to expand the number and type of schools participating in a research-based study that once again addresses the important question, “Is there a relationship between enrollment in an independent school and changes in tuition?”
Take an in-depth look at a particular subject through ISM's publications. These detailed pieces outline ISM research, theory, and practices to support you in implementing recommended strategies within your school.
Now more than ever, your school must maximize its use of available time, space, faculty, and dollars. That’s what a great schedule does! It is also essential that you create a schedule design that complements your school’s mission and program, and addresses the needs of students and parents.
Scheduling Without Conflict for Private Schools defines the critical components of a strong schedule. Learn how to address common obstacles schedulers face, including ways to handle exam scheduling, advisory programs, schedule review, service learning, and limited space. Here you will find the key elements for designing a schedule that meets your school’s specific needs.
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As Summer Program Director, you likely realize that a summer program provides a valuable educational opportunity for children, as well as many other benefits. Parents of your current students appreciate having the program available for their children, and see it as a valuable service.
A summer program is an excellent source of auxiliary income that lets your school extend its mission beyond the school year and to a greater number of students. It is a wonderful recruiting conduit as well, introducing your school to potential students and giving them a “taste” of what your school offers.
This book provides the guidance you need to streamline your program and truly provide a child-centered service that caters to families and their children.
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