Update on the NAIS Presidential Search
The search for a new NAIS president is underway. Nominations are open until August 26, 2016, and interviews will begin this fall.
DASL Data Entry is Open Until October 10
Mark your calendars and tell your team: DASL data entry begins on August 1 and runs through October 10. For data entry tips and more, visit DASL.
Connect with Your Colleagues
The Gateway to Transforming Our Schools’ Future
Interim President Donna Orem explores some of the approaches to change and financial stability that schools have considered and discusses steps to move innovation forward.
NAIS Board of Trustees Nominations are Open
We are accepting nominations for the NAIS Board of Trustees Class of 2020. If you or someone you know would make a good addition to the board, please submit a nomination by September 30.
What New Overtime Regulations Mean for You
Access and Affordability in an Age of Growing Inequities
Independent School Graduates as College Freshmen
Register for the NAIS-TABS Legal Symposium
More and more research is showing that our brains change constantly with learning and experience and that this takes place throughout our lives.
What White Children Need to Know About Race
Many white parents believe there is never a right time to initiate a conversation about race.
Our Survey Center surveys offer quantitative data you can use to assess the performance of schools leaders, understand expectations of — and improve relations with — parents, and uncover the experiences students had at your school.
Introducing and Using the Discussion (AKA, Harkness) Table
International affairs expert Fareed Zakaria has recently suggested that America’s edge in education comes from its habit of making students think rather than just memorize and regurgitate (191-195).
You Can Grow Your Intelligence
Many people think of the brain as a mystery. They don't know much about intelligence and how it works. When they do think about what intelligence is, many people believe that a person is born either smart, average, or dumb; and stays that way for life.
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