September's From the Fountain focuses on "wayfinding" to help us map our journey by fostering relationships with our team, developing team goals, and by deliberately zooming-in on positive energy forces.
For more than 50 years, NESA has been dedicated to educator professional growth to improve student learning. We deliver on this mission via intertwined systems of care and quality programming, focusing not only on ideas and knowledge, but also on nurturing and relationships that allow for transformational learning and system impact.
NESA programs are curated to foster deep understanding and support sustained and systemic solutions that impact student learning.
NESA’s world-class professional learning program cultivates professional growth and human connection in service of student success.
The NESA Community generates collective capacity and leadership in order to address the challenges of our time. It is the hub for communications, community engagement and learning.
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NESA fosters community above all else, and I believe that is its competitive edge.
PD is ubiquitous these days, but people are looking for an experience that fills their
hearts as much as their heads. I believe NESA does that.
— Leadership Event participant
Living in a region so vast and complex has strengthened professional generosity, emboldened innovation across schools, and firmly established collaboration as the corner-stone of NESA’s success.
NESA Member School Communities of Practice meet monthly on Zoom in LIVE FORUMS to support each other and collaborate on issues related to the new Ed-vironment.
NESA is starting a podcast! Each month, The Wayfinder will explore trending topics in international education through conversations with NESA's closest thought partners. This podcast is for the whole NESA community: educators, parents, students.
NEA member Schutz American School (celebrating 100 years!) in Alexandria, Egypt, is hosting students and families from Khartoum American School this year after their evacuation from Sudan – part of Schutz's commitment to "radical hospitality". KAS is also running a campaign to raise funds to support local staff still in Khartoum.
We are each other’s
we are each other’s
we are each other’s
magnitude and bond.
— Gwendolyn Brooks
NESA unequivocally supports the world-wide call for justice and racial equality as universally held human rights. Truth, compassion and equity are foundational in building the respect, integrity and trust essential to create and sustain learning communities in our NESA region and beyond.