With support from The Edward E. Ford Foundation, NBOA conducted a major analysis of compensation systems within independent schools across the U.S. and the world. Our newly published resources explore how independent schools structure compensation systems and provide insights into innovative compensation practices.
The resources were developed to address two primary challenges: one, recruiting and retaining quality employees in a competitive job market and two, carefully stewarding a school’s largest expense, faculty and staff compensation, in support of a healthy business model.
The research-based resources on this page are available to all in the independent school community: research findings, an implementation guide, case studies, tools and a schedule of related live programs. To access the resources, you will need to sign in. Nonmembers can use their free account or create one when prompted to log in. Learn more about membership.
At a time when independent schools are seeking to reaffirm and reimagine who they are within a context that demands thoughtful allocation of finite resources, these insights and strategies are well timed to foster growth, sustainability and excellence in independent schools worldwide.
Jeffrey Shields, CAE, FASAE
NBOA President and CEO