NAIS is conducting surveys to provide the data you need to respond to the COVID-19 crisis and make strategic decisions for your school.
NAIS has launched a new site to harness the spirit of collaboration and gather resources in one place. Schools can share strategies and samples as they evolve practices.
Gain a sense of the new dimensions of health and well-being plus what these might look like for your school community amid constant uncertainty.
How can school heads manage the challenges of the pandemic while maintaining a focus on the future? Find key questions to help you make plans.
CDC Guidance for Schools and Childcare Programs
Check this page for updated COVID-19 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
COVID-19 Products Directory
Browse listings to find COVID-19-specific products that meet your school's needs. Categories include cleaning and health products, personal protective equipment, furniture, technology, and more.
Looking Ahead: Sustaining Schools During and Beyond COVID-19
Each month, NAIS President Donna Orem's Looking Ahead feature helps heads of school make sense of major issues that will affect independent schools in the near future. The latest topic is Pandemic Learning Models.
Crisis Communications: 10 Tips for Communicating During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges for independent schools, but it also provides opportunities to build community and strengthen support for the school. Follow these 10 tips to communicate effectively during the crisis:
Trustee Table Podcast: COVID-19 Board Guidelines from Richard Chait
The governance expert and author highlights how boards can govern effectively during crises, the importance of the head/board partnership, and practical ways boards can work more generatively.
NAIS Toolkit: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Affiliations
Mergers and acquisitions can offer paths to financial, demographic, and programmatic sustainability for schools needing to reposition themselves or those considering strategic expansion.
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