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Teaching for Black Lives

Teaching for Black Lives

By Laura Benson, ISS Director of Curriculum and Professional DevelopmentAs many of our colleagues immerse students in Black History Month studies this February and continue antiracism work in school communities around the world, we wanted to let you know of ongoing...

Building Inclusive Learning With Brave and Brilliant Books

Building Inclusive Learning With Brave and Brilliant Books

Originally Published in the 2021 School Supply SupplementFreedom with all the oxygen and hope it gives us, alongside our health andsafety, is there anything more precious to us? As a third culture kid back in the 1970’s, the school I attended was a frequent target of...

The Importance of Reading: A Reading Love Letter

The Importance of Reading: A Reading Love Letter

Books made me a TCK (third-culture kid) before I became one in real life. The first book I remember most in becoming a person of another culture was Fairy Tales from the Arabian Nights. Lifting myself out of southern California through the words of the authors of...

12 Key Questions to Ask When Starting a School

12 Key Questions to Ask When Starting a School

Riffa Views International School Review the top 12 questions to answer before starting a school. With these questions answered, the scope of your school will come further in to focus. ISS is always...

4 Ways to Maximize Your School Purchasing Budget

4 Ways to Maximize Your School Purchasing Budget

By Keith Cincotta, ISS Director of School Services/Senior Leadership Executive, Managed SchoolsAs we navigate the ripple effects and challenges of COVID-19, schools around the world face a heightened need to make the most of their purchasing budgets this year. With...

Promising Stories, Part 6: It’s All About Relationships

Promising Stories, Part 6: It’s All About Relationships

This is the sixth and last part of the essay series by Laura Benson, ISS Director of Curriculum and Professional Development. Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5. Promising Stories: Culturally Responsive Literacy Learning and Teaching to Champion...

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