“So what I think schools need to be deliberate about is creating that innovative culture — being open to new ideas, trying things out.” - Tim Fish, Chief Innovation Officer, NAIS
What stood out to us?
Tim Fish remarks “It’s not about fundamentally changing the mission of a school; it’s about looking and applying innovation and innovation practice to enhance the mission and to continue to become better at being who we really are.”
Being birthed at an independent school in New York City, we’ve designed our learning tool in partnership with the NAIS community.
With the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) publishing that at independent schools, 60% of students fail to achieve more than a basic writing ability, we are on mission to equip NAIS schools with the tools to support writing mastery.
Fish underscores “that there’s a huge opportunity for our schools (NAIS) because we have such independence and autonomy and creativity baked into our DNA. We can really be leaders not only for our schools but for education across the world.”
This pioneering mission has connected us with MyloWrites early adoptors, who include 5 of the leading independent schools in NYC and SF.
We're seeking NAIS schools that are ready to “build expeditionary teams that are inventing and working together to see the future of the school emerge.”
If this sounds like a goal your school is investing in, we’d love to learn more about what you are doing and collaborate on bringing writing excellence to every student! You can get in touch here.