Charlotte Mason provides insights into how to implement habit training as an alternative to classroom management.
June 24, 2021
Surveys, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: When and How to Survey your Constituents and What to Do With the Results
Reading Time: < 1 minute Keith Nix discusses keys to creating good surveys, when and how to administer them, and how to strategically use the results to advance your mission.
Fundraising efforts are vital for the health and success of nonprofits to raise money, but you must strategically position each campaign you undertake to accomplish your financial and organizational goals.
Learn how the Rafiki Foundation has brought classical Christian education to ten African countries and more than 3,000 students and teachers.
In this session, Laura models and unpack methods of Christian education both ancient and new that empower Grammar and Upper school students to read the Scriptures for themselves.
God’s blessings through challenges for the last 25 years as the one and only classical Christian school in NYC.
Beck Brydon and Mike Roberts share best practices for both small and large classical schools of how to lay a solid foundation for new or struggling athletic programs.
While we have reclaimed the trivium, we know that there is still work to do in Classical education! Many are asking how we might reclaim the quadrivium, the arts of mathematics, sisters to the arts of language.
Scott Rodin shares some approaches to ensure your strategic plan stays relevant and can adapt to whatever comes in the year ahead.
These panelists provide insights and answer questions related to the challenges and opportunities of heading a collaborative school.