AdvancEd is the world’s largest education community, serving more than 30,000 public and private schools across the USA and in more than 70 countries, educating more than 16 million students. AdvancEd promotes the understanding that students must be readied for a constantly evolving and diverse world and that educational institutions have a deep responsibility to deliver a quality education to students from all walks of life.
AdvancEd is the global leader in advancing education excellence through accreditation and school improvement. The AdvancEd Accreditation Protocol is embraced worldwide as a clear and comprehensive program of evaluation and external review, supported by research-based standards.
AdvancEd assigns ratings to seven accreditation standards. Fort Worth Academy enjoys the highest achievable rating on all seven standards.
The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,700 schools and associations of schools in the United States and abroad, including 1,400 independent private K-12 schools in the U.S.
Common Sense Media is a national nonprofit organization that provides families with the advice and media reviews needed in order to make the best choices for their children. Through education programs and policy efforts, Common Sense Media empowers parents, educators and young people to become knowledgeable and responsible digital citizens.
Fort Worth Sister Cities International is the only organization dedicated solely to promoting Fort Worth globally and enriching the community through international education, exchange and commerce. FWSCI provides a world of opportunities for our city leaders, citizens, educators, students and businesses alike.
The Lausanne Learning Institute is an international think tank for schools. Created and hosted by Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee, the Lausanne Learning Institute offers over 100 breakout sessions—from hands-on events to lectures, discussions and networking. Conference sessions meet the needs of educators, administrators, technology integrationists, technology support personnel and more. In 2013, over 400 participants from 33 states and 13 countries attended, representing more than 125 schools and school districts. Over half those attending are K-12 teachers who collaborate with peers and learn tips for using laptops and tablets in their own classrooms.
Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County is a charitable organization that started in 1973 as a collaboration between 11 faith-based organizations in downtown Fort Worth to bring food to the elderly in the central city area.
The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum is the nation’s largest peer-led leadership development project. They engage public and private school teachers, college faculty, parents and community leaders from all subject areas, grade levels and geographic locations to create gender-fair, multiculturally equitable, socioeconomically aware and globally informed education.
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