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Shut the Front Door, Twice
When it comes to the role of technology in schools, I'm also grateful to those educator's who ask us to pay attention to technology's perils as well as its promises.
The NAIS advisory "Screening for Ebola" reviews current information that independent schools should refer to as they consider adopting Ebola-related policies and practices.
The NAIS Annual Conference will take place February 25 - 27 in Boston. Read more about the program and register at annualconference.nais.org.
Outside the Skinner Box
By any objective measure, one could conclude that the effort to inject computers in schools has been a costly disaster.
Teaching Social Media in Our Schools
Educators need to begin to help students build their own responsible digital profiles and use social media for academic enrichment.
What White Children Need to Know About Race
Many white parents believe there is never a right time to initiate a conversation about race, for fear of perpetuating racial misunderstandings, being seen as a racist, making children feel badly, or not knowing what to say.
The Challenges of Digital Leadership
Because digital devices and online environments can simultaneously be transformatively empowering and maddeningly disruptive, the work of integrating digital learning tools into schools is usually difficult and complex.
The NAIS Board Self-Assessment Survey
This survey helps school trustees assess their personal effectiveness, and the board's performance as a whole.