Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Last American Holiday

When Abraham Lincoln established Thanksgiving as a national holiday in 1863, he did so at the height of the American Civil War by inviting fellow citizens in every part of the United States, and also those who are at sea … Continue reading

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A Gratitude List…

So this past week I spent a lot of time thinking about how much I love being an educator, and about how grateful I am to have found a life’s work that fills me with such passion and purpose and … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Fit…

        So here we are again, well into another season of recruiting and trying to find those perfect fits for ourselves and for our schools. Recruiting is tough in many ways, and with it comes a wide range of … Continue reading

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The Timeless John Dewey…

So we’re currently going through the exciting process of creating a master facilities plan at our school, and the opportunity that we have to transform our environment into something truly inspirational has us all dreaming. This exercise, coupled with a … Continue reading

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Getting to Yes- Inclusion

As International schools morph and change, the goal is our schools become better versions of what we’ve been before. Whether it is to provide a more cohesive and articulated curriculum, more rigorous vetting of our personnel for safety, or more … Continue reading

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