Webinar: Sept. 26 “Lessons from Greenhill School”

The webinar is starting at 2PM (Eastern Daylight Time). If you’ve already registered, please follow this link to join! Registration closes once the webinar begins. Look for a link to the recorded webinar later today. The Greenhill School of Dallas, Texas is renowned for the superb quality of its educational program […]

Helping The U.S. Soccer Foundation in Its Quest for Healthier Outcomes for Children

Soccer for Success provides activity and health education for more than 40,000 children in 130 different communities in 26 states. The U.S. Soccer Foundation started the program in 2009 to use soccer as a vehicle for social change and provide communities with the same opportunities for soccer that other organizations […]

New Study: Tuition Increases Don’t Dampen Demand

Do tuition increases adversely affect enrollment in independent schools? Only in rare instances, finds a conclusive new study. In the third major research effort of its kind, a study of “tuition price elasticity” in independent preK-12 schools finds that there is statistically no association between changes in tuition pricing and […]

What Inspires, Or Doesn’t Inspire, Jewish Day School Alumni to Engage With Their Alma Mater?

By Dr. Harry Bloom, Senior Vice President of Client Solutions, Measuring Success. As Jewish day schools work mightily to generate the funds to improve the quality of their programs, maximize mission-compatible enrollment, and strengthen volunteer leadership, they need to tap into every potential resource. I would assert that no available […]

What Jewish Day Schools Do to Graduate Alumni Willing to Advocate for and Patronize Their Alma Maters

By Dr. Harry Bloom, Senior Vice President of Client Solutions, Measuring Success. In the private school world, alumni represent a major source of endowment funding, volunteer and advocacy power, and enrollment potential– when they send their children to their alma maters. This is critical support that Jewish day schools need […]

Measuring Jewish Day Schools through Surveys and Feedback Loops for Continuous Improvement

HAYIDION THE RAVSAK JOURNAL Surveys, Feedback Loops and Continuous Improvement by Sacha Litman Issue: Taking Measure It has become the norm for companies to seek feedback constantly via email or phone surveys after we make a purchase, or to track sentiment (and take corrective actions) about them on social media. […]

Bigger Data, Better Results?

Originally posted in Net Assets, the bimonthly magazine of NBOA. Data can help independent schools attract better potential students, produce stronger educational outcomes and generate more alumni donations. Click here to view pdf.