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LIVE SESSIONS: Thursdays throughout April 2021 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time
Free private-school-specific data, news, and actionable advice from medical experts
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, get the information you need to guide your future decisions. Cut through the noise with free weekly COVID-19 updates—specifically for private schools—without trying to parse through all the information on your own.
These webinars are designed for administrative and pandemic response teams. Sign up for this package to attend all webinars live or watch the recordings at a time that works for you.
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Raising major gifts from your community is possible—even after COVID-19. But it requires a thoughtful and measured approach. Discover the essential fundraising practices needed to help you elicit large gifts from donors who want to make a difference in your students’ lives.
Explore what successful schools are doing to take advantage of new possibilities. ISM Consultant Herb Soles will share his expertise from 30+ years in private school fundraising. Leave feeling prepared to seek contributions that will transform your school!
- Are you looking for new ways to retain or boost international enrollment in fall 2021?
- Do you worry about the well-being of these students and want strategies to support them?
- Are you wondering how to manage or grow your international student program post-COVID-19?
- Have you struggled to maintain strategic relationships with recruiters?
Join this free Q&A with ISM Consultant Jacqui Yamada. She'll share what she has learned about working with international students and their families. Additionally, she'll outline what needs to be done to ensure their well-being.
Your school aims to create curious lifelong learners, but do the student measurements you use reflect that goal? It’s time to think about your school’s approach to assessment—that is, how you measure evidence of learning and achievement.
Join us in an interrogation of common student measurements like multiple-choice tests, timed writings, worksheets, and other basic skills tests, as we rethink how to collect authentic evidence of student learning. Leave ready to dive deeper into your school’s approach and consider the changes you could make moving forward.