2017 NAIS Annual Conference
March 01, 2017 - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Baltimore, MD
Sara Goldsmith Schwartz and William E. Hannum III will be presenters at the 2017 NAIS Annual Conference taking place March 1-3, 2017 in Baltimore, MD. Their sessions include:
Sex And Race: Confronting Complex Challenges On Campus
Thursday, March 2, 1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
Speaker: Sara Goldsmith Schwartz
From presidential campaigns to college campuses to independent school communities and beyond, our society is grappling with complex, volatile issues of race and sexual misconduct. Drawing from numerous real-world scenarios, Sara Goldsmith Schwartz will facilitate a frank conversation about these challenging developments.
Protecting The School And Its Students Amidst Allegations Of Sexual Assault
Friday, March 3, 1:15 – 2:15 p.m.
Speaker: William E. Hannum III
Experienced school counsel, William E. Hannum III, will explore the deluge of sexual assault allegations that are affecting our independent schools. How does an independent school know if it is covered by Title IX? What does Title IX compliance mean? If the school is not subject to Title IX, what are the school’s obligations and risks? How do you protect the school? The alleged victims, perpetrators and witnesses?
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About the 2017 NAIS Annual Conference
Make Your Mission Matter: From Vision to Values?
As independent learning communities, our schools are called upon to establish both our everyday practices and our larger educational philosophies in our schools’ missions.
School leaders are compelled to look beyond fluctuating trends and use mission and vision as guiding principles to explore what matters most.
Join the NAIS to discover how we can honor our values, be attentive to the complexities of the present, and look forward to a courageous and inspiring vision for the future of our schools and our students. ?
The NAIS Annual Conference is the premier professional development and networking event for administrators, trustees, and teachers at independent schools.