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AAIE Market Street Partners

Welcome to our new Market Street Partners

Littleford & Associates
Carney Sandoe
CASIE - The Center for the Advancement & Study of International Education
Clements Worldwide
Cognia
Common Ground Collaborative
Confianza
Consilience
Council of International Schools
​Curriculum Associates
George Mason University’s School of Education
ISS
Jennifer Nelson
Mason & Hanger
Rediker Software
Resource Group 175
Search Associates
TD Bank
 TieCare International
University of Nebraska High School (UNHS)
WASC
WIDA International School Consortium

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AAIE News, IDEAS and events

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CONVERSATIONS

AAIE’S LEADERSHIP MASTERMINDS COHORTS

Now More Than Ever, We Need One Another

Over the past two years, AAIE sponsored Mastermind groups have offered dozens of international school leaders a safe, trusted, provocative space for honest discussions around personal and professional topics of their choosing. In monthly virtual meetings, we’ve shared problems, designed solutions, and offered support to one another in ways that energize and grow capacity to lead into the future. 

Announcing AAIE Leadership Masterminds 4.0!


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CONVERSATIONS

LEADING FROM THE MIDDLE: Cohort 2 from NoTosh

We set out to transform the position of “middle manager” into “leader”, period.

Our first cohort research shows that the program creates significant gains in confidence as a leader and in collaboration, innovation and agile skills. 

Starts in September 2021


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CONVERSATIONS

OUR WEEKLY GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONVERSATION

Thursdays at 8:00AM EDT

Our Weekly CONVERSATIONS RETURN ON AUGUST 5, 2021 at 8:00AM EDT

(Wednesday Special Leadership Topics Resume in August Too!)


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AAIE COVID BRIEFING HIGHLIGHTS

Data and Ideas to Support Your Crisis Leadership

FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2021 - #232
  • 189,257,791 Infections Worldwide (Johns Hopkins)
    4,070,412 Deaths Worldwide (Johns Hopkins)

NEWS WE'RE FOLLOWING

  • A Case for the Booster Shot 

  • Identifying a "Super: Antibody

  • A Fourth Wave in Europe

  • Indonesia in the Epicenter

  • Cases Double in UK Schools

  • Japan in the Throes of a Next Wave

  • Condemning EURO 2020

  • Africa's Grim Vaccine Prognosis  

Note: AAIE's COVID-19 BRIEFING will be published each Friday during the month of July, with the goal of keeping you informed of the most updated worldwide state of play in virus infections (especially the Delta variant) and the science surrounding the global pandemic.  

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SCHOOL STORIES

Managing Stakeholder Discontent: A Rising Tide

Most school boards and heads worldwide faced a very challenging last 18 months. In the next few months, it is likely that they will face another set of challenges stemming from cultural and political divides among parent, alumni and staff groups. 

Read the article by John Littleford, Littleford and Associates


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WORTH A WATCH

How to Ungrade

FROM THE BIG QUESTIONS INSTITUTE: Learn from Jesse Stommel, whose "How to Ungrade" free webinar drew over 1600 registrants...he speaks of reinventing assessment practices – high quality and compelling, as you would expect from Homa and Will.


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WORTH A READ

COVID and Schools: Evidence for reopening safely

A growing body of evidence suggests that schools can be opened safely. But that hasn’t quelled debate over whether they should be open and, if so, what steps should be taken to limit the spread of the virus.

Read this Nature article by Cassandra Willyard


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As Difficult School Year Ends, School Superintendents are Opting Out

While some superintendents are moving on to similar positions elsewhere, many are retiring early despite having years left on their contracts. And others have been forced out over differences with school boards.

Read this The Washington Post article by Joe Heim and Valerie Strauss
 


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WORTH A READ

The Story of Covid-19 and the Myth of Doing the Right Thing

As we look back at the end of another school year, there can be no doubt that the storm that was the Covid-19 pandemic is now less intense than it was. Some of us may even be looking forward to next year with a real sense of optimism and hope.

Read this post by Dr. David Willows, ISBrussels


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AAIE Digital Publications

 

 

AAIE InterEd Journal

Winter 2020 Edition Now Online

Winter 2020, Volume 48, No. 129

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AAIE Conversations

The NEW SCHOOL PROJECT

Great schools are framed by a few shared principles. 

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AAIE DIGITAL UPDATES & ARCHIVES

F3 Updates

Our weekly updates for leaders. Five articles we think you will find important, a few books we think are worth a read and some words of encouragement to get you through these difficult times.

COVID-19 Briefings

On this page, you will find an archive of our every-other-day email updates regarding the COVID-19 virus, along with our weekly COVID-19 online conversations. Each newsletter contains fresh links to the latest information and developments, along with handpicked resources to assist leaders in this difficult time.