Educational Program and School Brand

  • The Next Normal: How K–12 Independent Schools Can Survive and Thrive in a New Landscape (Executive Summary)

    The Next Normal: How K–12 Independent Schools Can Survive and Thrive in a New Landscape (Executive Summary)

    As schools continue to face the many challenges brought on by COVID-19, everyone is doing exceptional work finding new and creative ways to innovate their programs, tools, communications, and so much

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  • Dial Up Your Digital Marketing: Brand Identity Roundtable48:15

    Dial Up Your Digital Marketing: Brand Identity Roundtable

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  • Dial Up Your Digital Marketing Part 2_ Discover and Tell Your Unique Story55:44

    Dial Up Your Digital Marketing Part 2_ Discover and Tell Your Unique Story

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  • The Double Edged Sword of Diversity [Ep.41]

    The Double Edged Sword of Diversity [Ep.41]

    Dr. Derrick Gay is an internationally recognized consultant to businesses, educational, arts, and philanthropic organizations around the world regarding issues of diversity and inclusion.

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  • Let's start a satellite campus! A conversation with Sean Duncan [Ep.39]

    Let's start a satellite campus! A conversation with Sean Duncan [Ep.39]

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  • The Yield: Winter 2019/2020 Edition

    The Yield: Winter 2019/2020 Edition

    Fewer students are entering the applicant pool at the lower school level. In our Winter 2020 Yield cover story, we look at case studies and potential strategies to stem the eroding enrollment numbers

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  • Get Out of the Silo: Collaborating in Recruitment and Admissions with Your School Community30:59

    Get Out of the Silo: Collaborating in Recruitment and Admissions with Your School Community

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  • Small Colleges are Under Threat, This School is Reinventing Itself [Ep.36]

    Small Colleges are Under Threat, This School is Reinventing Itself [Ep.36]

    A small school facing enrollment challenges and under threat from powerful external forces makes tough choices to reinvent itself. Sound familiar? Think we’re talking about an independent school?

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  • Orienting and Acculturing International Students

    Orienting and Acculturing International Students

    With Martin Milne, Vice President for School & Family Relations, ASSIST (CT);David Damico, Director of Admission, Wyoming Seminary (PA) & David Thompson, Coordinator of International Programs, The Hot

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  • Soy Mi Cuento: Latina/o Students Bridging Multiple Worlds in Independent Schools

    Soy Mi Cuento: Latina/o Students Bridging Multiple Worlds in Independent Schools

    Lillian Diaz-Imbelli, Researcher and Independent Educational Consultant, Diaz Imbelli Consulting, NY Yocelin Gonzalez, Senior Associate Director of Admissions & Director of Multicultural Recruitment O

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  • Addressing Socioeconomic Diversity: Bridges to Success for Underrepresented Students in Independent Schools

    Addressing Socioeconomic Diversity: Bridges to Success for Underrepresented Students in Independent Schools

    Karin Elliott, Executive Director, National Partnership for Educational Access, MA Charlotte Brownlee, Director of Admission and Enrollment, Cate School, CA Kaila Davis Nsimbi, Director of Placement,

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  • You Have New Competition: Models That Challenge Independent School Value Propositions

    You Have New Competition: Models That Challenge Independent School Value Propositions

    Brad Rathgeber, Executive Director, Online School for Girls, MD Independent schools have traditionally marketed themselves on small, highly-personal learning communities with countless opportunities

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  • How U.S. Universities Look at Access

    How U.S. Universities Look at Access

    By Courtney McAnuff, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Rutgers University (NJ) This presentation explores how universities define access and why it is important, given the changing demographi

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  • (Un)Privileged: The Cost of Being Poor at an Elite Institution

    (Un)Privileged: The Cost of Being Poor at an Elite Institution

    Dana Anselmi, Senior Associate Director of Admission & Director of Financial Aid, Berkshire School, MA, Heidi Jamieson, Director of Financial Aid, Phillips Academy Andover, MA, and LeRhonda Greats, De

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  • That’s Not My Job: Admission’s Influence in Creating Inclusive School Communities

    That’s Not My Job: Admission’s Influence in Creating Inclusive School Communities

    Douglas Leek, Director of Admission and Enrollment Management, The Northwest School, WA, Eric Barber, Director of Enrollment Management, Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences, CA & Kathy Mitchell O’

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  • Attracting and Retaining Hispanic Students in Independent Schools

    Attracting and Retaining Hispanic Students in Independent Schools

    Marjorie Mitchell, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Services, The Westminster Schools, GA Daniel Searl, Director of Hispanic Student Development, The Westminster Schools, GA Julie Williams, Assis

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  • Making Financial Aid Offers to High

    Making Financial Aid Offers to High

    Erica Hernandez, Regional Program Manager, Northwest, A Better Chance, CA & Jessica Gamboa Feliciano, Regional Program Manager, Southwest, A Better Chance, CA Every school has a budget to allocate fi

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  • School Profile: St. Timothy’s School

    School Profile: St. Timothy’s School

    School Overview Location: Stevenson, MarylandEnrollment: 200Type of School: Girls’ boarding and day school for grades 9-12 Describe the attributes that characterize St. Timothy’s and make it...

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  • Community Book Clubs: Breaking Down Barriers

    Community Book Clubs: Breaking Down Barriers

    by Nishant Mehta, head of school, The Children’s School (GA) Families choose K-12 independent schools to give their children a competitive advantage in life. We teach the whole child because...

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  • An Interview with LGBTQ Advocacy Pioneer Julie Mencher

    An Interview with LGBTQ Advocacy Pioneer Julie Mencher

    Julie Mencher, MSW, is a psychotherapist, consultant, educator, and trainer in private practice. All students need a welcoming, safe, and supportive school environment to best develop...

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