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RIISE Funding of an Independent School Blog Series

  There is no denying that an independent school costs a lot of money to operate and a lot of money to attend. Resources In Independent School Education will look at the different ways funding shows up in independent schools for parents and schools, what that  looks like, and how prospective and current families interact […]

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Part II – RIISE Roadmap: Admissions – Filling Up The Gas Tank – What You Should Know Before You Apply

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Part II The Admissions Roadmap, Step I Filling up the Gas Tank The Things You Need to do Before you Apply to Independent School By Jason H. Caldwell Director of Admissions Horace Mann School   Recommendations are in order within the next month or so. For Nursery (pre-K)-grade 4, speak with your child’s previous year’s […]

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RIISE Roadmap: Admissions – Filling Up The Gas Tank – What You Should Know Before You Apply

  Written by Jason H. Caldwell Director of Admissions Horace Mann School Part I As the Director of Admissions and alum of an elite independent school, I am intimately familiar with the admissions process and the stress and anxiety that go along with it. While for some, the process can be daunting, the truth is […]

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Guest Blog Indie School Alum – Jason Caldwell, From The Heart

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  Since the New York Times article, Admitted, But Left Out, there has been a flurry of conversation regarding the issue of socioeconomic diversity in independent schools. In a ramped up New York City environment of elite schools where tuition nears $40,000 for some schools and surpasses $40,000 for others, how can it not be […]

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