During the holiday season, we’re peppered with contradictory messages about the nature of giving. Media-generated aphorisms about the value of putting others first are punctuated by ads for...
The leadership benefits that students derive from exploring their passions and building proficiency are well known and much celebrated. This is true for kids who excel in athletics, the arts, and academics.
The NAIS Principles of Good Practice for member schools define high standards and ethical behavior in key areas of independent school operations. The PGPs reflect the overall dedication to quality education that has always characterized independent schools. As members, all NAIS schools work to uphold the spirit of the PGPs.
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Recently at The Miquon School, first graders were very keen on making food. The teachers saw this passion as an opportunity to build on their students’ food-related curiosity with a new unit that would touch on many first-grade level skills and concepts.