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One Schoolhouse is proud to partner with leading associations and organization to offer high-quality, professional development courses. Whether you're interested in girls' or boys' education, or finance and operations, online learning at One Schoolhouse is designed to provide you with the resources and community you need to create change. Courses are one to three weeks long, and participants should expect to spend about four hours per week completing coursework.
Courses Offered in Partnership
Beginning April 4
Considerations for Employee Benefits: Taxability, Compliance, CultureOffered in partnership with our friends at the National Business Officers Association
Dates Offered: April 4 - April 8, 2022
In this one-week course, discover the most common — and emerging — benefits programs and structures, best practices to stay in compliance and cultural considerations for implementation. This course includes asynchronous instruction available daily through videos, reading and discussion boards. Participants should plan to reserve one to two hours daily for the course to maximize learning
Leave Law Boot Camp Offered in partnership with our friends at the National Business Officers Association
Dates Offered: April 25 - April 29, 2022
This one week intensive class discusses the requirements for and interaction between different forms of employee leave. Participants will learn about the leave mandated under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the law's eligibility requirements and employer obligations. Participants will also learn about leave-related medical accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its 2008 expansion as well as the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Participants will then learn about workers’ compensation leave and USERRA and how all of these laws interact with each other.
Introduction to Girls' Schools Offered in partnership with our friends at the National Coalition of Girls' Schools
Dates Offered: June 13 - July 8, 2022
Led by accomplished, respected girls’ school educators, participants will explore research on girls’ education and hear directly from experts in the field on how girls learn best. They will then apply this new knowledge to classroom and school settings and receive feedback on their thoughts from expert mentors. By the end of the three-week experience, teachers will gain a clear sense of what it means to work in an all-girls school; understand research related to girls’ education and demonstrate they can apply it to their own practice; and connect to a national cohort of faculty members and learn they are a part of a worldwide community of educators.