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As we all know, one can find web sites (frequently run by for-profit groups) that rank schools by the average SAT college admissio...
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Our Associate Membership program is designed for those individuals and organizations - not eligible for traditional membership - which serve, study, or otherwise are deeply involved in the TABS community of schools.
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TABS-NAIS Global Symposium | Austin TX | April 26-28
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Focusing exclusively on boarding school issues, TABS Annual Conference continues to be THE professional development venue for heads of schools, marketing, admission, academic, residential life, diversity/multiculturalism and campus health professionals and other administrators. In addition to valuable networking opportunities in the heart of Boston MA, the 2015 conference will feature concurrent sessions and pre-conference workshops by practitioners in our schools and other leading national and international education experts.
Submissions for TABS Annual Conference are now being accepted. Prior to submitting your proposal, please review the Proposal Guideline and the Form Example. All proposals are due April 10.
Your proposal may be for any of the following three session formats:
Topics should be focused on boarding school content including admissions, residential life, diversity/multiculturalism, academics and curriculum, advancement, marketing and communications, and executive sessions for heads and senior administration.
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