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Planning a Meaningful Board Retreat

Posted by Tammy Barron on Apr 7, 2022 9:38:13 AM

Consider the following statement when thinking about your next board retreat:

"If my school board would _______ we would be 100% more effective.”

The purpose of asking the board to set apart time for a retreat is to reset. It’s a time where the board is setting aside time to rejuvenate and set clear objectives. You need to make sure you’re pursuing a board retreat plan that will allow you to set goals for the whole organization as well as to collect feedback on existing objectives.

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Tags: Enrollment

Enrollment Growth Leader Certification

Posted by Tammy Barron on Mar 4, 2022 12:11:02 PM

Market pressures have elevated the importance of enrollment leadership because for most schools, tuition revenue drives all other plans for the school. 

There have never been so many competitors vying for the same families, and as education innovators we use that motivation to step up to the challenge. 

Are we doing the right things? Does our leadership have the People, Processes, and Systems to sustainably grow enrollment? We’ve created a new option to help you answer these important questions.

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Summer Strategies to Enroll More Students

Posted by Tammy Barron on May 15, 2018 8:42:10 AM

Enrolling students over the summer is critical for many schools, but this is also when the campus is usually at its worst. The energy and people have departed, the classrooms are disheveled, and major facilities projects are underway. How can enrollment tours, communications, and activities be planned to achieve the best results?

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Grow Enrollment Over the Summer: Engage Your Faculty

Posted by Tammy Barron on May 27, 2016 12:01:00 PM

The engagement of faculty is essential not only for enrollment growth, but also for the overall effectiveness of the school. Unfortunately, according to recent Gallup polls, only 37 percent of teachers are currently considered "engaged."

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