The Edward E. Ford Foundation has awarded a $2 million Collaborative Innovation Grant, the largest single grant in its 60-year history, to The Mastery Transcript Consortium (MTC), a collective of high schools organized around the development and dissemination of an alternative model of assessment, crediting and transcript generation. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Executive Director, John Gulla's article from the Spring 2017 issue
Almost daily, some independent school magazine arrives in my office screaming "innovation" from the cover. I know that this is happening not just in schools but throughout our society now that the global zeitgeist has embraced innovation as a universal good, a panacea to our many modern challenges. CLICK HERE for the full article.
A conversation between John Gulla, executive director of the E. E. Ford Foundation, and Tim Fish, Chief Innovation Officer at the National Association of Independent Schools.
Innovation in the Independent School Business Model – How many levers are there?
An article written by Marc Levinson for MISBO in response to EE Ford Executive Director John Gulla's article "The Search for True Innovation: Examining Tuition, Compensation, and Class Size" from the Spring 2017 Independent School Magazine. Read the article HERE