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Candidate Perspective: College Senior, Erika

Candidate Perspective: College Senior, Erika The start of the school year can have many college seniors wondering what they will do after they graduate (and how they’ll have time to get a job).  Don’t fret! EA is here to help. … Continue reading

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Happy National Read a Book Day!

Online Computer Library Center OCLC, the Online Computer Library Center, has shared a list of the Top 100 novels of all time found in libraries around the world. Buzzfeed put together a quiz to see how many of the top … Continue reading

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Back to School: Community Building Starts Day One

Relationships Matter More Than Rules Community building in the classroom starts on day one. Try these strategies to begin forging strong relationships. Learning doesn’t happen without relationships. In the classroom, rules matter, but as many of us have learned after … Continue reading

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ATTN Educators: 6 Non-Teaching Summer Reading Books

A book promises the chance to escape the noise and busyness of our daily lives. In its pages we are never alone, yet we are also shut off, shut off from the thousand decisions and distractions that attack us at any … Continue reading

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Wait! Do These 8 Things Before You Leave School for the Summer

Congratulations! You made it to the end of the school year. Whether you sailed across the finish line or limped over it, you should be proud of the work you accomplished with your students. Before you completely check out for … Continue reading

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#NAISac 2019 Highlights: Viola Davis and Presenting on Women Seeking Leadership

From listening, in awe, to Viola Davis share her hero’s journey with a room full of educators, to presenting with a group of powerhouse females on women in leadership in independent schools – to a packed audience, we might add – … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why Marrying a Teacher is the Best

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the Educator’s Ally team thought we’d share a little-known secret about teachers – people who marry them are the happiest. Why? Our friends at THINK ALOUD break it down for you. Take a … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Your Job Search

With the 2019 independent school hiring season in full swing, the Educator’s Ally Team wants to make sure you feel as prepared as possible for the opportunities ahead. Here are 6 tips for a successful private school job search: Get … Continue reading

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#NAISPoCC 2018

We’re still not over #NAISPoCC 2018. Being in Nashville, surrounded by a community of educators championing equity and inclusion in our schools was – as always – incredibly inspiring. We cannot wait till next year. Thank you to all of our incredible … Continue reading

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Caine’s Arcade – The Power of Cardboard!

Caine Monroy was just an average kid who hung out at his Dad’s used auto parts store in Los Angeles before a chance encounter with filmmaker, Nirvan Mullick, who discovered and showed the world that Caine was anything but average. … Continue reading

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