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Four Strategies to Strengthen Your School’s Student Council

Vol. 15 No. 8

If your school’s mission includes an emphasis on leadership and community involvement, a student council is often a great way to help students learn and share these skills.

A student council can be a key driver in cultivating leadership skills for students in the middle and upper levels

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The Importance of Positive Parent-Teacher Relationships

Vol. 15 No. 8

Teachers and parents provide a vital support system to help students flourish. Both groups are important. But, when parents and teachers communicate and work together effectively, it can significantly impact each student’s long-term success.

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The Benefits and Challenges of Personalized Learning

Vol. 15 No. 7

Personalized learning initiatives—a specific focus on matching students’ individual learning styles and competencies to their educational processes—have long been a focus for private-independent schools. As technology makes personalized learning initiatives even more individualized, a new study has analyzed the impact of personalized learning and whether it’s truly helping students succeed.

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Strengthen Your School’s Volunteer Program to Benefit Your Students and Community

Vol. 15 No. 7

Many private-independent schools want their students to become purveyors of positive change in their communities. School leaders, therefore, incorporate this fundamental goal into their missions, and create service learning programs to help deliver on their pledge.

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Five Actions That Can Help Improve Student Engagement

Vol. 15 No. 6

One of your primary duties as an academic leader is to support your faculty and help them connect with their students. However, most seasoned leaders will tell you that perfecting the art of student engagement varies greatly, depending on the students’ ages and your overall school culture.

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How You Can Help Your Teachers Become Remarkable Advisors

Vol. 15 No. 6

It’s up to the School Head to create your advisory program, but it’s often left to Division Heads to implement the school’s plan and ensure its continued success.

So how do you, as a link between the School Head and your faculty, help teachers become exemplary advisors?

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