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2018 Trustee/School Head Conference
January 27 - 28, 2018

Location:Fairmont San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
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Standard Registration Rate:$545
Standard Registration Deadline:Friday, January 5, 2018
Late Registration Rate:$595


Registration for this event is now closed. Please contact Lorena Macias at [email protected] for more information.

The Trustee/School Head Conference provides new and experienced trustees, school heads and religious leaders 33 workshops and sessions on a wide variety of topics vital to independent schools. View workshops and sessions here.

Schedule at a glance for planning purposes:

• January 27: Keynote, Sessions and Workshops 9 am-4:30 pm; Reception 4:30-6:00 pm
• January 28: Keynote 9:30-11:30 am

Conference registration fee includes all Saturday and Sunday conference-related events.

Hotel Accommodations

A block of rooms has been reserved at The Fairmont. Please click here to make a reservation at The Fairmont.

To make a room reservation by phone, please call the hotel directly at 1-866-540-4491. Please refer to the "CAIS" group rate of $249 when making reservations or the applicable group rate may not be extended. Hotel reservations must be made prior to January 8, 2018.

Conference Registration Cancellation Policy
Cancellations received in writing to [email protected] by January 5 will be refunded less a $75.00 processing fee. No refunds will be issued after that date.
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CONFERENCE RESOURCES:

2018 Trustee School Head Conference Program – Sessions and Workshops


Roberto Suro's Keynote Presentation: Educating the Next California–Embracing the Opportunities of Demographic Change


Donna Orem's Keynote Presentation: The Tipping Point for Schools Today


Trusteeship 101


Access and Affordability: What Heads and Trustees Need to Know


Annual Legal Update for California Independent Schools


Are You Being Helped? Thoughts on Working with a Fundraising Consultant


Beyond Benchmarking: The Promise of School-Based Research


Disciplining Students for Off-Campus Misconduct


Disciplining Students for Off-Campus Misconduct Handout


Educator Sexual Misconduct: Prevention and Response


Embracing Growth: Partnership and Confidence in Head of School Evaluation


Embracing Growth: Partnership and Confidence in Head of School Evaluation – LEARN Handout


Head of School Contracts Explained and Analyzed


Keynote Follow-Up Session: Shape Shifters and Code Switchers: Understanding the Children of Immigrants
Additional Second Generation presentation resources:
http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2013/02/07/second-generation-americans/
https://www.brookings.edu/blog/social-mobility-memos/2015/11/10/how-upwardly-mobile-are-hispanic-children-depends-how-you-look-at-it/
http://sites.nationalacademies.org/cs/groups/dbassesite/documents/webpage/dbasse_168160.pdf

Leveling the Field: Unlocking Opportunities for People of Color and Women in Headship Roles


Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Presentations and Handouts


Limit Your Risk: Start Every Decision with a Business Case


Limit Your Risk: Start Every Decision with a Business Case – Business Case Template


Major Gifts Secret Sauce


Navigating Treacherous Waters for Outdoor Education and International Travel


Sex Abuse Past or Present...It's No Longer If, It's When


Strategic Initiatives Framed as Essential Questions: Using Inquiry To Raise Our Sights


Technology Best Practices: A Guide for Self-Study Review – Technology Case Study Scenarios


Technology Best Practices: A Guide for Self-Study Review


The Tuition Conundrum: Balancing Affordability for Families and Livability for Faculty/Staff


What to Consider When Considering Arbitration Handout


What's the Board's Role in Accreditation? Process and Possibilities


Choosing Your Bank – First Republic Bank Information Sheet






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