A note to our members from NESA Executive Director Maddy Hewitt and the NESA Center Staff.
Community is key.
NESA NEWS is our organization's news blog, now published online only in our continuing efforts to keep our carbon footprint small but our educational impact large.
The NEWS is a key way to stay informed about NESA conferences and institutes; it is a forum to showcase your faculty, students, programs and initiatives; and it is an opportunity to network, connect and collaborate with NESA colleagues.
The latest update from the NESA Center concerning the impact of the coronavirus across the region.
The first update from the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children on child protection news, virtual schooling and other topics.
NESA's Winter Training Institute took place in late January at The American International School of Muscat, Oman. Two- and three-day courses were offered. View the photo gallery!
NESA leaders focused on ‘Building the New’ at the 2019 NESA Fall Leadership Conference in Bankgok.
Longtime NESA staffer Aristea Evangelou retired in December. Read the touching tribute to her given at FLC 2019 in Bangkok.
Read Dr. Bea Cameron's remarks at NESA's Fall Leadership Conference about the legacy of Stefanos Gialamas, President of ACS Athens, who passed away in October.
This NESA award, sponsored by TieCare International, recognizes three middle school students who embody the spirit of helping others.
AIS Chennai student Sanjana Kumar has been awarded a Margaret Sanders Scholarship. Congratulations!
This year’s NVSEF had over 500 teams representing approximately 1,200 students from NESA, CEESA and EARCOS.
Meet NESA's newest Affiliate Organizations.
ACS Athens officially inaugurated its programs this academic year, under the auspices of The Institute of ACS Athens.
Saudi Aramco Expatriate Schools (SAES) Vision is helping students achieve their maximum potential in a culture of continuous improvement. What does a culture of continuous improvement look like?
A visit to caves, a camel farm, and a date festival plus a traditional lunch in the desert were some of the cultural activities during ISG-Jubail's Week Without Walls.
WBAIS is striving to be a “STEM-inspired” school each and every day by careful study and engagement with stakeholders in academia, research and industry.
In support of its new mission, International Schools Group in Saudi Arabia inaugurated "isglearns", an ambitious PD and school improvement program.
ACS Athens students (Grades 2-11) proudly shared their work on a wide range of S.T.E.A.M. topics at the Athens Re-Science Festival.
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