Keith Nix discusses the indicators and warning signs of a school moving away from the school mission and presents practical solutions.
Howard Davis looks at the book of Judges to learn what happens when discipleship is lost and also explores how to effectively disciple through our schools in today’s culture.
Craig Doerksen draws on a decade as division head at Regents School of Austin, sharing lessons, insights and stumbles, and discuss ways division heads can expand their capacity to fulfill their school’s mission.school.
Leading Your Team Through a Strategic Organizational Structure: Principles and Guidelines for All Sizes of Schools
Rod Gilbert discusses leading your school through changes.
Jean Kim outlines common ways that schools can suffer mission drift and provide practical suggestions for remaining mission true, generation after generation.
Craig Doerksen discusses how to start with principles and apply them so that you can turn your vision and ideals into a healthy working high school.
Robyn Burlew focuses on practical application of philosophical principles and will be particularly suited for newer teachers.
Joshua Gibbs discusses how acedia is spiritual sluggishness, a dullness of soul.
Robert Ingram discusses what our leadership would look like if we practiced the “Harpooner’s Calm.”
Triangulating Community Outreach, Parent Education, and Professional Development: The Great Conversations Series at Covenant Classical School as a Case Study
Marcus Foster discusses how seminars, lectures, and reading groups hosted at CCS have attempted to draw parents, teachers, and even their friends beyond our immediate school community together in a positive experience of our school’s classical, Christian curriculum and pedagogy.