The Irish School Boards Association (ISA) has launched a new initiative for parents and parents of children from private schools to sign up to a pledge to get their children to private schools.
The new initiative, called “Pledge of the Month”, is aimed at providing parents with some of the resources that they can use to help their children reach a good private school experience.
This pledge, which is being launched today by the ISA, will include support for parents to buy school supplies and resources for their children, as well as to set up a website to track their progress in getting their children into a private school.
ISA Executive Director, Stephen O’Brien, said that it was a great initiative to bring parents together to help ensure that their children get the best possible private school for them.
“This is the perfect opportunity for parents from all over the country to make their mark in the private school sector by signing up for the Pledge of the Months, which will give parents with children from a private education the opportunity to help them get the very best private school that they want for their child,” he said.
The pledge will also help parents to get support for the schools that they would like to attend, such as a library, a sports hall or other facilities.
ISAs Executive Director said that the pledge will help parents in the coming months and years to make sure that they get the private schools that fit their children’s specific needs.
The ISA also has a number of new initiatives in place for parents who are considering taking their children out of private schools, including new incentives for parents that will ensure that they are able to continue to support their children after they have graduated. “
We know that parents have a range of choices for their private school choice, and the Pledge will provide an avenue for them to make informed decisions that will help them achieve their personal best,” he added.
The ISA also has a number of new initiatives in place for parents who are considering taking their children out of private schools, including new incentives for parents that will ensure that they are able to continue to support their children after they have graduated.
The goal of these new incentives is to ensure that parents are financially supported for their continued education after they leave private school and help them to stay in school to the best of their ability.
“Parents will receive a range from 10% to 25% of the financial support for their schools if they leave their private schools and continue to attend,” he explained.
“If parents decide that they no longer want to support themselves after they graduate, we will help support them to move to a more competitive school in a different location or region of the country.
The next two weeks will be a crucial time in the journey of the school, and parents will need to consider their choices carefully.”
This pledge will go into effect for all private schools on January 1st.
ISAS has launched the initiative to help parents who want to get a private schooling experience.
ISSA is working closely with parents and their representatives in order to ensure the best outcome for the families involved, Mr O’Reilly said.
“For the first time in recent memory, ISA is supporting parents who wish to get private schooling,” he concluded.
IS Asis Executive Director Stephen O”Brien said that this new initiative was a fantastic opportunity for ISAs members and parents to make a difference in the lives of their children.
“Private schools are the best way to achieve your goals in education and we know that we need to be a more positive influence in society for parents, especially parents who may have previously considered not attending private schools because they did not want to contribute to the higher cost of the education,” he continued.
“Our members are in the best position in the world to help achieve the best outcomes for their families, and we will be supporting the families who choose to get the most for their family through the Pledge Of The Months,” he also said.