Thanks to the following ISCA Supporting Organizations:
The Council of International Schools is a global non-profit membership organization, CIS provides services to primary and secondary schools, higher education institutions and individuals that share these ideals:
To achieve this goal, CIS members must infuse their programmes and offerings with international and intercultural perspective so that students can move forward with the attitudes and understanding that will provide them with a solid base wherever their studies or work may take them.
The Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) was founded over 50 years ago to support the professional learning needs and school improvement strategies of international schools on the continent of Africa. A non-profit membership organisation, AISA is dedicated to transforming student learning by leading and supporting professional growth, good governance, strategic thinking, and the wellbeing of the entire AISA community of schools.
Emily Meadows (she/her) is an LGBTQ+ consultant and published author specializing in international schools. Emily creates an environment that is non-judgmental and engaging for her clients, while taking an intersectional approach that addresses both the why and the how of inclusion so that school communities become confident and competent supporting LGBTQ+ students. In addition to her doctoral degree, Emily holds master’s degrees in both Sexual Health and Counseling, and has worked as an international school counselor for over a decade. She researches, publishes, and trains school communities on equitable policy and practice, while also teaching for the LGBT Health Policy & Practice graduate program at George Washington University.
Lehigh University offers Global Programs specifically designed for international educators and administrators. With online classes in fall, winter, and spring, and an in-person intensive every summer, our hybrid model fits your busy schedule. The International School Counseling masters degree and certificate programs are well known in the US and across the globe for our theory to practice model. Deepen your professional growth by joining our network of students and alumni working around the world.
RNG International was founded to fill an important need – for students and families to have a place where they can get expert comprehensive educational planning and innovative, effective solutions. We are internationally recognized for our expertise in working with this special population of international students and Third Culture Kids.At RNG International, we also work with students that have therapeutic needs from anxiety, depression, school avoidance, oppositional behavior, substance abuse, and other mental health and dual diagnosis challenges.
Summer Discovery delivers transformative academic and extra-curricular pre-college summer experiences aimed to develop middle and high school students for the 21st century, all while teaching transferable and soft skills coveted by employers and university admissions teams. In partnership with top universities in the US and UK, Summer Discovery offers academic subjects include Art and Design, Business and Entrepreneurship, Law and Government, Leadership, Life Skills, Medicine, Social Sciences, Sports Management, and STEM (among many others!).
In addition, Summer Discovery offers academic programs for gifted, academically talented, and creative students in grades 1-11 through Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG). As a leader in gifted education since 1984, SIG summer programs emphasize developing the whole person and letting students strengthen their creativity and problem-solving skills while pursuing their passions and preparing them for college and professional careers.
The College of New Jersey launched their CACREP accredited, Master’s Degree in School Counseling program in Lisbon, Portugal. The program prepares Professional School Counselors to work in K-12 school settings across the globe. All courses focus on experiential learning and can be completed in just two academic years online plus summers face-to-face in Lisbon.
Our assessments are used by international schools in over 100 countries worldwide to drive the delivery of differentiation in the classroom; support inclusion initiatives and to inform whole-school wellbeing strategies.
Our multidisciplinary team offers online and on-site services for everyone involved in the social, emotional, and academic development of international students. From Berlin, the center of Europe, to wherever you are in the world, we offer tailored and comprehensive staff and student support services to help global schools and global children thrive.
One Trusted Adult offers research-based programs that teach the fundamentals needed to build strong connections and healthy boundaries with young people. Our goal is to ensure that every young person has the one thing that is crucial to their well-being and success: an accessible, boundaried, and caring adult. We provide materials, strategies and training, designed by experienced educators and school counselors, to help build and deepen relationships between young people and adults.
SCUTA is used by school counselors and school districts to develop data-driven, evidence-based school counseling programs. It follows The International Model for School Counseling Programs recommendations, including Global Perspective.
Safe Passage Across Networks (SPAN) offers a home to anyone committed to healthy transitions and attachment security. Well managed cross-cultural transitions can add significant value to a life and a learning journey. SPAN is a leader in positive transitions-care and connects, equips and refreshes transitions-care providers around the globe.