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Chapin Miller is the Academic Dean and a history teacher at The Gunnery. He brings an unusual range of experience to his life in boarding schools, from time spent as a surveillance technician in the Air Force, to life as a copper craftsman, and even ...
Justin Muchnick is from Southern California and just began his third year of boarding school at Phillips Academy Andover in Massachusetts. He decided to apply to boarding school when a middle school teacher recognized his passion for learning and the...
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.
Andrews Osborne AcademyWilloughby, Ohio, USA
Miss Porter's SchoolFarmington, Connecticut, USA
Missouri Military AcademyMexico, Missouri, USA
The Hockaday SchoolDallas, Texas, USA
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THE professional development program for focusing exclusively on boarding school issues.
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As boarding and day schools have internationalized, teachers and administrators have encountered new complexities in nearly every aspect of schooling— from admission, parent communications, and classroom pedagogy, to college advising, constituency relations, and development. At the same time, a pioneering spirit has taken hold in a number of schools, with many educators seeking to enlarge the vision of "preparatory" schools to include preparation for global citizenship in a world increasingly interconnected economically, environmentally, culturally, and politically.
The TABS/NAIS Global Symposium will bring together school leaders, educators, and experts to learn from each other and to explore current practice and promising ways forward.
For more information, please visit our new Global Symposium Site.
Proposal submission for 2015 is now open! Submit yours today.Sessions are generally 60 minutes in length. We're seeking proposals for the following topic tracks with an international perspective/focus:
Prior to submitting, please review the Proposal Guidelines.
Submission deadline is October 27, 2014. Final presentation decisions by the symposium committee will be made in early December. The status of your proposal will be communicated by email before the end of December.
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