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The National Coalition of Girls' Schools (NCGS) is an association of girls' independent and public, day and boarding schools across the United States, with affiliate partners in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a membership organization representing approximately 1,200 independent schools and associations in the United States and abroad.
The Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS) is an organization of 132 independent schools throughout the tri-state region, covering eastern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and Central and Southern New Jersey.
The Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) is a member services organization whose mission is to Safeguard and promote the interests of independent schools in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Provide pertinent services which meet the needs or enhance the effectiveness of member schools; Collaborate with other local, state, regional, and national organizations and associations; and Uphold the educational standards of independent education in the Commonwealth in conjunction with Pennsylvania Association of Private Academic Schools (PAPAS), Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS), and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education supports the moral and spiritual development of young people by providing resources and educational opportunities to elementary, middle, and secondary schools.
The Multicultural Resource Center (MCRC) founded in May 1990, grew out of a vision shared by Kit Reath, director of the Resource Center; Blair Stambaugh, head of The Baldwin School; and Randolph Carter, formerly of N.A.I.S.
The National Business Officers Association (NBOA) is the definitive professional resource and leading advocate for independent school business officers. Through programs, online tools, and research on emerging issues, NBOA helps to develop solutions for effective and sustainable operations in independent schools.
10x1010x10 affects change three ways: (1) by driving resources to girl-focused programs that are proven models for change (2) by raising global awareness about the importance of education and skills-training for adolescent girls and (3) by using a groundswell of support to provoke governmental, institutional and policy changes that empower adolescent girls, the world’s single most powerful untapped resource.

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