Register for the 2017 NAIS Annual Conference
A New Push to Find the Balance Between Work and Life
NAIS President Donna Orem writes about a new year's resolution we should all aim to keep: finding and keeping work-life balance.
A Call to Action Against Discrimination
A Letter from Donna Orem
Apply Chinese Philosophy to Cultivate Empathy in Schools
Chinese philosophy strengthens our ability to expand our perspective and to see everything in a wider context. That’s why it provides a powerful way to foster empathy in schools.
Find the Best Talent
What’s Happened to the Humanities?
Independent Teacher Magazine, Fall 2016
Attend the TABS-NAIS Global Symposium
More and more research is showing that our brains change constantly with learning and experience and that this takes place throughout our lives.
Jobs at NAIS
At NAIS, we’re passionate about education and the work that we do to advance it. Explore our current openings.
Disrupting Racial Injustice
The recent violent deaths of African-American boys and men in general and Michael Brown and Eric Garner in particular have forced us to reflect both personally and publicly not just on those deaths but also on our nation’s legacy of racial oppression.
NAIS, governed by a board of trustees and staffed by approximately 40 individuals, is a membership organization and the national voice of independent education.
STEM and the Arts and Humanities
Hartzell praises Taipei American School in Taiwan for valuing the essential link between STEM and the arts.
People of Color Conference
SSS Financial Aid Conference
NAIS-TABS Legal Symposium
TABS-NAIS Global Symposium
Fellowship for Aspiring School Heads
Institutes & Workshops
Sponsor & Exhibit
Independent Ideas Blog
Independent School Magazine
Independent Teacher Magazine
Assessment of Inclusivity & Multiculturalism
Student Engagement Surveys