PSN eletter vol15 no10 traveltips

International Travel Tips to Keep in Mind This Spring

Vol. 17 No. 7

Spring can be a busy travel season for many people. Whether you’re planning a spring break trip or a summer getaway for yourself or your family, or chaperoning a school-sponsored outing, there are certain suggestions we recommend everyone know before they go abroad.

We’ve compiled a list of tips that U.S. travelers should keep in mind when leaving the country. Perform your due diligence and share these tips with other travelers to ensure your trip is a seamless and easy experience.

PSN eletter vol15 no10 ITsupport

Provide Hands-on Tech Experience With a Student-run IT Help Desk

Vol. 17 No. 7

The role technology plays in our schools and in the lives of our students only continues to expand. Your school has probably already worked to incorporate technology into classrooms and administrative functions. But, as technology becomes more ingrained in every aspect of school operations, your IT staff may start to feel the strain.

PSN eletter vol15 no10 survey

Four Recommendations for Surveying Your Parent Body

Vol. 17 No. 7

It can be easy to assume that your entire parent body “wants a new technology center” or “won’t pay more in tuition” from anecdotes or a small, highly vocal group. But the only way to truly understand what your parents want is through a well-designed survey. This tool enables you to gather the honest opinions of your entire parent body, not just those whose voices rise above the rest.

PSN eletter vol15 no9 internationaltravel

International Student Enrollment on the Decline

Vol. 17 No. 6

For the first time in over a decade, colleges and universities saw a 3.3% decline in international freshman students. Media sources were quick to pick up the story, pointing blame at President Trump’s administration.

However, the latest government study shows the decline began before the new president took office, leaving some to wonder if the well of opportunity has started to dry up.

PSN eletter vol15 no9 STEM

How Schools Can Prepare Students for the STEM Workforce

Vol. 17 No. 6

Jobs in STEM occupations—science, technology, engineering, and math—are on the rise. According to the Pew Research Center, the number of STEM occupations have grown from 9.7 million to 17.3 million since 1990.

PSN eletter vol15 no9 womeninleadershi

The Importance of Female Leadership in Private-Independent Schools

Vol. 17 No. 6

Our schools are filled with strong women who have dedicated their lives to creating safe educational environments where students can learn and grow. But research shows that many women aren’t obtaining leadership positions in K–12 schools across the U.S.

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