NEASC to present at ECIS 2021 Leadership Conference
April 8-10, 2021 (Virtual)
Diversity and Belonging – the power of commonality and inclusion
Several staff members from the NEASC Commission on International Education will be presenting at the 2021 ECIS Leadership Conference (virtual). We are very honored to be taking part in this timely and important discourse on diversity, inclusion, and embedding equity and belonging within our communities.
8 April 2021 - 15:40-16:20
The Dark Shadow of (Anti-)Social Justice and Equity
This session offers a brief but honest look back at the history of K-12 education, with a particular focus on the highlights and lowlights of formalized schooling as developed in Europe and the United States since the 1890s, and gradually imported abroad where today it faces both daunting challenges and inspiring, hopeful opportunities.
Presented by Jeff Bradley, Director, NEASC-CIE
9 April 2021 - 14:30-15:10
Making Learning Matter to Your School Community
This presentation illustrates how parents, teachers and students can all be part of a thriving learning community where pursuing your passions and interests and sharing your work with the community is a natural process. Participants will learn about a four-part design framework that helps create a connected, inclusive community.
Presented by Diane Ullman, NEASC International Accreditation Leader; Katheleen Naglee, Head, ISH; Allison Zmuda, Author of "Learning Personalized"; Shalini Advani, Pathways School Noida, India
10 April 2021 - 11:50-12:30
IB & NEASC: A fully aligned evaluation and accreditation protocol the CLP
This session will present the newly developed and fully aligned collaborative process of self and peer evaluation which leads to:
- continued authorization to implement IB programmes
- new or continued accreditation for a school on the NEASC ACE Pathway
- a school focus of ongoing growth and transformational learning
Presented by Dr. Darlene Fisher, NEASC International Accreditation Leader
To attend the NEASC sessions, please register for the conference via the ECIS website by April 1, 2021: