Sayonara, Summer!

EA’s summer synopsis and a look at what’s ahead As we say goodbye to summer ‘17 and hello to the new school year, the EA team took time to reflect back on all the wonderful places and faces we visited … Continue reading

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Preventing Summer Slide

Now that summer vacation is in full swing, parents and teachers alike may be concerned with preventing the “summer slide” with their students. This recent article from Education Week provides a few tips for helping your students’ skills stay sharp long … Continue reading

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Development Professionals: Why Independent Schools Are Actively Hiring Them

The culture of philanthropy in independent schools is at once remarkable and essential. It is because of the generosity of alumni, parents, faculty and administrators that independent schools can and do create exceptional programs and facilities for the benefit of … Continue reading

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To Beach Read or Not to Beach Read….

A summer reading list is a school staple, but how much have those lists changed over the past few decades? Business Insider reached out to top private schools across the country and asked what their students were reading this summer. Take a look: http://www.businessinsider.com/summer-reading-lists-at-prestigious-private-schools-2015-7 Amongst others, Trinity … Continue reading

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