The Three Things a Board Must Do and the Three Things A Board Must Not Do This Year

Eric Cook, SCL President, discussed the three things that every classical Christian school board must do and not do this year.

The 2020-2021 school year has created a complex set of challenges for every school in the country. The circumstances have, no doubt, tested the strength and stability of school leadership. In this session, Eric Cook, President of SCL, will give each board three specific things they must do and three things they must not do to respond appropriately and persevere through the year.

Eric Cook

Eric Cook is from Lexington, Kentucky, but worked in schools in Ohio and Virginia before joining Covenant Classical School in 2009. Eric earned a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Social Studies Education from Transylvania University, and a master’s degree in Instructional Leadership from Northern Kentucky University. He has taught history, political science, psychology and philosophy in public schools, and served as an assistant principal for several years. In 2006, Eric felt called to join the classical Christian school movement and became the Middle and Upper School Head at Faith Christian School in Roanoke, Virginia. In addition to his leadership roles, Eric taught apologetics, theology, philosophy of religion, and served as thesis director. He is also the President of the Society for Classical Learning.

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