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Leadership Masterminds 5.0

If the pandemic taught the AAIE community anything, it’s that leaders do better when we break out of isolation and learn in conversation and community. Registration is now open for our fifth cohort of Leadership Masterminds led by Homa Tavangar and Will Richardson of the BIG Questions Institute, which convenes in September 2022. Learn more and register.

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AAIE GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONVERSATION
Thursdays at 8:00 AM EDT

An "open mic" format with active problem-solving around leadership dilemmas and conundrums. As we continue to learn, it is our social interaction that helps counter stress and our grappling with the everyday unexpected. Join Laura Light-AAIE and Will Richardson-BQI for this week's conversation. 

CONVERSATION #101
May 19, 2022

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OUR LATIN AMERICA  CONVERSATION
Thursdays at 10:00 AM EDT

Latin America school heads and senior leaders take on the issues of the day, locked in mutual support and shared problem-solving. The LATAM CONVERSATION is hosted by Laura Light-AAIE, Michael Adams - Tri Association, Dereck Rhoads-AMISA and facilitated by Homa Tavangar or Will Richardson.

CONVERSATION  #82
May 19, 2022

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AAIE COVID Briefing

AAIE BRIEFING HIGHLIGHTS

Data and Ideas to Support Your Crisis Leadership
 
TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2022
  • 522,144,671 Worldwide Cases (Johns Hopkins)
  • 6,267,421 Worldwide Deaths (Johns Hopkins)

News we are following

  • Teacher Collaboration During a Global Pandemic - ASCD

  • Prepare Your Company for the Next Covid Wave - Harvard Business Review

  • Why Covid-19 Vaccine Boosters May be More Important Than Ever - CNN

  • Here’s the Latest Good and Bad News About COVID-19 Drugs - Science News

  • Survival Mode: Educators Reflect on a Tough 2021 and Brace for the Future - EdSurge

  • Shanghai Emerges from Lockdown as Virus Flares Elsewhere - Bloomberg

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AAIE Global Conversation Wrap Up Daniel Pink

AAIE was honored to have Daniel Pink join us on April 21 for our weekly Global Leadership Conversation. Daniel shared his insights from his book, The Power of Regret – How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward. Many thanks to Daniel for sharing his time with us and we look forward to the next time.

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ISC Research Announces the International School Awards 2023 

The International School Awards 2023 are now open for nominations. The closing date for this year’s applications is Friday, 8th July. Not only are the awards a chance to share and learn from innovative practice, but shortlisted and award-winning schools receive an award logo, extensive recognition of their initiative, and winners receive a prestigious trophy. 

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How COVID-19 Caused a Global Learning Crisis

The pandemic has taken a substantial toll on students’ academic progress as well as on their mental health. Analysis highlights the extent of the challenge and demonstrates how the impact of the pandemic on learning extends across students, families, and entire communities. School systems can respond across multiple horizons to help students get back on track.

By McKinsey & Company

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Covid closures still affecting 400 million pupils - UNICEF

Schools in 23 countries, with 405 million pupils, are still partially or fully closed because of Covid, the United Nations Children's Fund says. The charity, Unicef, estimates 147 million children have missed at least half of their in-person schooling. Unicef executive director Catherine Russell says children are "the hidden casualties of the pandemic".

By the BBC

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COVID in China Followup

As a followup to recent news about Covid-19 in China, Dr. Emmanuel Bonin -Deputy Head of School  - Chief Academic Officer at Shanghai American School has shared the following update. "On March 1, 2022, a few COVID cases of the Omicron variant originated in a quarantine hotel in Shanghai’s central Xuhui district. The city initiated its series of “dynamic zero-covid” targeted measures, geared toward achieving “dynamic clearance”: extended contact tracing, isolation of first and second contacts, large array of community testing, and targeted lockdown of some compounds defined as “medium-risk zones”. 

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COVID in China
The AAIE Leadership Briefings were initiated to ensure the community was informed and understood the challenges faced by all schools due to Covid-19. However, in the past few months, the world's focus was redirected to the crisis in Ukraine and its impact on schools in the region. In recent days, news about Covid-19 has come to the forefront again with what is happening in China. China is dealing with the Covid-19 crisis perhaps more so now than ever before.
 
What Happens to the Experience of School When The Masks Come Off

Since the early days of the pandemic masks has become ubiquitous. Whether in the form of a colourful fashion item that went with whatever we were wearing, the regular surgical mask, or the heavy-duty and far less comfortable KN95, almost all of us got used to leaving the house each day with a couple of spares in our pocket. Then, just like that, on Monday 7 March 2022, masks were no longer required in Belgian schools.

By David Willows

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AAIE InterEd Journal

Fall 2021 Edition Now Online

Winter 2021, Volume 49, No. 120

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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.

Leadership 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.