Checking ISR reviews for the American School of Kuwait reveals that a few new ISR reviews have posted for Michael Murphy. Michael was previously the High School Principal, though he is scheduled to move into a new role next year. We have one of the reviews below: Some additional comments were left: Mike is a … Continue reading New ISR Review
It looks like the American School of Kuwait has filled a few of the previously open positions. It seems they still have two high school math jobs open and one IT job. It looks like the IT and Math job were added quite recently, so it seems that more people may have resigned or been … Continue reading Update on Job Vacancies
A few years ago, Wael addressed the faculty in the ASK auditorium in order to dispel rumors that he was affiliated with what is now known as AUS (The American United School of Kuwait). At the time of its founding, it was initially called the American University School of Kuwait. This is because of its … Continue reading How many schools does Wael operate?
Well... it's the last day. Only a few more hours (as of posting) until you can go home, (pack) and go to the airport. For some of you, this will be your last time at the Kuwait airport (the worst airport in the world). We here at American School of Kuwait Reviews are hoping that … Continue reading Freedom
International Schools Review (ISR) is an invaluable resource. We have previously previewed some of their articles (link), but we have had many teachers contact us to ask what we thought of particular reviews - either general reviews or reviews or particular administrators. Some administrators have more reviews than others. We at the American School of … Continue reading International Schools Review
A friendly reminder to seal your windows if you're returning to the same apartment next year - you don't want to show up with dust everywhere just because there are gaps in your windows. … Continue reading Seal your windows
We came across an article from the Harvard Business Review discussing incompetent leadership. It included a segment on absentee leadership. With administrators that never seem to step into classrooms, even when they are supposed to for formal observations, and a superintendent who isn't even at the school for half of the year, it seemed appropriate to … Continue reading Absentee Leadership