NYSAIS has a long-standing tradition of offering institutes to support educators through the beginning of their careers and beyond. Each of these institutes is open to all teachers at their respective level, with a goal toward becoming a better teacher through continuous improvement. 

Our institutes include:

Each of these institutes is open to all teachers at their respective level, with a goal toward becoming a better teacher through continuous improvement. 

  • Justice, Equity & Diversity Institute (JEDI) is a year-long program to equip its participants to advance the work of justice, equity and diversity in schools. 
  • Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI) is aimed at helping burgeoning leaders from NYSAIS schools. This two-year cohort program is designed to meet the demands of today’s emerging independent school leaders by fostering individual growth while exposing participants to the best examples of leadership in today’s schools.
  • Divisional Leadership Institute (DLI serves first year division heads/directors as they begin their roles leading faculty and students.

NYSAIS utilizes the wealth of experience of our member schools’ respective faculties to staff our various institutes. Educators are motivated to serve through their interest and expertise in the topics of the institutes that we offer.

Participation on the staff of a NYSAIS institute includes occasional meetings for planning prior to the institute, as well as full participation and leadership during the institute. These responsibilities may vary, depending upon the nature and duration of the institute. Those who would like more information and/or are interested in serving on the staff of one of our institutes should contact Marcy Mann, Associate Director for Professional Learning, marcy@nysais.org.

NYSAIS Events Registration
    • December 7, 2021 Introduction to the ProEquity Instructional Framework: A Civics-Based and Perspectives-Consciousness Approach for Teaching About Racism and Inequity, A 2-Part Series 4:00 PM to 5:30 PMeSeminar
      A 2-Part Series Online via Zoom
      Tuesday, December 7, 2021 and Tuesday, January 4, 2022
      Presenter: Ayo Magwood, Uprooting Inequity LLC
      4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
      Audience: Middle and High School educators, including:  Humanities educators and curriculum/academic deans
      Details and registration here.
    • December 8, 2021 Storytelling, Homelessness, & Justice-Based Action: Designing a Framework for Your Classroom 4:00 PM to 5:30 PMeSeminar
      Online via zoom
      Presenter: Elana Anderson, Dennis Barton, Susan Greenfield, Rosie McCormack
      4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
      Audience: Middle and High School educators, including:  Humanities, Literature, History, Social Studies, Social Justice, Social Services, Religious Studies, Theology 
      Details and registration here.
    • December 9, 2021 Children's Literature Symposium, 2021 3:30 PM to 5:00 PMeSeminar

      Online via zoom, facilitated by Jennifer Zwillenberg, Ed.D.

      Audience: Teachers of Writing and Lovers of Children's Literature, gr. K-8

      Registration and details here.



    • December 9, 2021 NYSAIS Business Affairs Holiday Reception 2021 5:30 PM to 7:30 PMGrace Church School (Upper School Campus)
      In-person: 46 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003
      Audience:  NYSAIS Business Affairs Personnel


      Details and Registration here! Space is limited
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