As difficult as the past few years have been, Christian schools met the challenge, went above and beyond to serve their families, and continued to flourish.
When Parents Choose, Kids Win!
Parents have always had a vested interest in their children’s education. Public policy should fiercely defend the right of parents to choose an education for their children because parental choice in education is in the best interest of their children. Parental preference is a powerful predictor of student outcomes. When parents choose, kids win!
Sabbath-keeping in Christian Schools￼
Communities in which members profess faith in God should affirm human dignity in part by prioritizing Sabbath rest. Along with our churches, Christian schools should be among the communities in which the freedom of Sabbath rest is proclaimed.
The Laborer Deserves Her Wages
Analyzing data from association surveys nonprofit tax forms, salaries of women in Christian education are compared to salaries of men in Christian education. The data is strong, but what are the implications for us?
Cost of Leadership: An Updated Analysis of School Leadership Compensation
We want to affirm our belief that high-quality instructional and institutional leadership has a significant impact on student outcomes. Leadership is often an overlooked element as we seek to develop more effective schools.
More Than (Test Score) Conquerors
As Cornelius Van Til (1979) wrote, “It is because we would have our children after us to believe this fact of the coming of the Son of God into the world to save the world, that we need the Christian school.” Christian education is essential because there is no other school sector that seeks to grow its students in the Christian faith and mold its students into the likeness of Christ.