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Education Conversations to Follow Online

Vol. 16 No. 6

The Internet has democratized how we share information unlike anything before it. Educators and administrators can share ideas, best practices, and advice with their global peers from the comfort of their school, leaning on each other to refine their strategies and techniques.

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4 Qualities of Highly Successful Leaders

Vol. 16 No. 6

ISM believes that private-independent schools must practice distributed leadership. By this we mean all professionals in your school—school administrators, faculty, and staff—are leaders in their own right.

Every individual in your school is responsible for strategic leadership in his or her respective role, contributing to the overall well-being of your school’s direction.

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Will Raising Tuition Scare Families Away?

Vol. 16 No. 6

When asked if increasing tuition would scare away current and prospective families, many school administrators might be tempted to respond with a resounding “Yes!”

But our latest findings show that’s not necessarily the case. ISM, Measuring Success, and the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) recently collaborated on the third iteration of a study originally deployed in 2006 to study the impact of tuition increases on private-independent school enrollment.

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