This final From the Fountain for the 2022-2023 school year focuses on "clearing the decks!" in preparation to begin-again in August. Grab your mop and start with three big buckets of Transitions, Traditions, and Conversations.
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NESA bids a fond farewell to four Member School Heads, and welcomes new 2023-2024 arrivals.
The American Community School of Amman invites all NESA Middle School students and teachers to collaborate on "Collaboration for Impactful Solutions," a short but impactful virtual conference with a global focus this May 28 and June 5, 2023.
College Board is pleased to invite NESA schools to in-person (first time since 2019!) and virtual summer institutes for international counselors and AP teachers.
Former SAES-Aramco student Melvin Joseph and his student team have established FINANCITIVE, an organization devoted to educating youth about social finance in order to improve lives. They just published their first book, Social Finance: An Introduction to the Future of Finance.
EAGLETOWN is a leadership training program offered by AIS-Riyadh to high school students. Get to learn YOU, to meet YOU, and then build the YOU that you want to be!
Now in its third year, Childnet Film Competition: International invites young people ages 7-18 across the globe to create a short film focusing on this year’s online safety theme: "Time to Talk: How can people support each other online?
Join Clements Worldwide's webinar that will dive deep into Educators Legal Liability and discuss the potential risks faced by Board members and management teams of international schools.
This month’s From the Fountain offers respite from the 'season of survival' in the form of self-reflection to help you end the year with a healthy level of self-assurance ... and self-compassion.
Investigate ways to support your students and learn how other schools have increased student IA scores using DataClassroom.
NESA congratulates Shreya Tandon from the American School of Bombay on being awarded a Margaret Sanders Undergraduate Scholarship!
This two-day summit – March 17-18 at the American School of Dubai – brought together learning directors, teacher leaders, and school leadership teams for a dynamic exploration of innovation in education based on the NAIS Innovation Journey Model. Check out the photo gallery!
"Anti-Racism Live", organized by Peace One Day, March 21, 2023, will once again bring together international figures, activists, actors and musicians for a global digital experience to raise further awareness of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
A warm welcome to our newest Affiliate Schools: Al Ghanim Bilingual School (Kuwait), GEMS International School Cairo & Swiss International School-Qatar!
Piggybacking on the "February Feels" article, March’s From the Fountain continues to explore ways to support our community with confidence and care by making this time of the school year as awe-inspiring as possible.
The entire international school community was saddened to hear that beloved innovator, musician and thought leader Steve Sostak (co-founder of Inspire Citizens) passed away February 4. NESA Executive Director Maddy Hewitt pays tribute to this remarkable educator and friend.
NESA and TieCare International are proud to announce the recipients of the 2022-2023 Stanley Haas/Luke Hansen Student Award for NESA school students, Grades 6-8.
This month's edition of “From the Fountain” is all about ‘February Feels’ and readying ourselves for the loooong month of March. Why so many emotions this time of year, and what can we do to weather these ‘feels’ with confidence and care to support our community?
Assessment data can help you keep your finger on the pulse of emerging and developing readers. Learn how to layer (or triangulate) MAP® Growth™ and MAP® Reading Fluency™ assessment data to give you insight into student growth and achievement in reading.
The 2023 NESA Educators Training Institute took place Jan. 27-28 at Riffa Views International School in Bahrain, our first in-person teachers' event in three years! View the learning, laughter and NESA spirit in the gallery photos.