Events

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NEASC Visitor Top-Up Training (virtual) - December 7, 2022

For international schools

This three-hour session will be a refresher course and an opportunity to go deeper into the skills needed for conducting sc

Developing a Shared Understanding of High-Quality Learning - December 13, 2022

International Education webinar

It takes a village to prepare your students for a 21st century world.

NEASC/CIS Joint Visitor Training (virtual) - January 10, 2023

For international schools; view details...

Offered virtually, this (1) day training will prepare participants to serve on NEASC/CIS Joint accreditation team

Self-Study Workshops for Independent Schools (virtual)

For independent schools in the US

Self-Study workshops are designed to help schools preparing to host NEASC Accreditation Visiting Teams.

Strategic Planning Workshops for Faith Based Independent Elementary Schools (virtual)

For independent schools in the US

Strategic planning made simple for faith based elementary schools.

Visiting Team Workshops for Independent Schools (virtual)

For independent schools in the US

Signing up for a Visiting Team workshop is the first step to participating on an Accreditation Visiting Team.

Visiting Team Chair and Assistant Chair Workshops for Independent Schools (virtual)

For independent schools in the US

These workshops are preparation for in-person NEASC Accreditation Visits.

Accreditation Seminars for Public Schools (Online)

For public schools in the US

Principals, school heads, and accreditation coordinators are strongly encouraged to participate.

Follow-up Seminars for Public Schools (Online)

For Public Schools in the US

Principals, members of the school leadership team, and steering committee members are strongly encouraged to participate.

Vision of the Graduate Workshops
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Designed for group participation, these two-day, comprehensive virtual workshops are ideal for teams from public schools/districts to work collaboratively to understand the importance and implications of developing a Vision of the Graduate (VoG), create and/or revise their Vision, and learn models of authentic assessment for that Vision.

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