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ACSI Legal Legislative Services

Every Christian school faces human-resources challenges—and that's why ACSI's Legal Legislative Services Department exists. The Legal team offers help that's just a phone call or email away on issues ranging from school policies to student discipline. They strengthen member schools by monitoring legislation, contacting ACSI member schools in the event of potential impact, and providing direction to school leaders as they anticipate and navigate the ramifications of legislation. Most of these services are a benefit of membership. 

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How to Easily Fill Open Positions

Filling those open positions you're anticipating next school year is just one more item on your to-do list. But ACSI can help you cross it off more quickly with our Career Center, available exclusively to member schools.

PD Forums: An Opportunity for Engaged Learning

ACSI continues to refine and improve our professional development offerings for Christian educators.

Navigating Today’s Cultural Challenges

The Legal Legislative Department provides comprehensive support and speaks into relevant issues with clarity, offering recommended steps to strengthen your school.

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ACSI Leadership U

ACSI Leadership U offers comprehensive training for new and aspiring leaders. Check it out!

Featured Resources
48.7 Equipping Your Child for the Race

We’re raising our children in extremely challenging times: ungodly ways abound and loud voices hail those ways as right. How do you train children to live godly lives so when they’re old, they won’t depart from wisdom? Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas), has developed a practical way to do that, and I’ve invited him to share it here. —Dan

48.6 Synergy-creating Family Practices

When it comes to raising godly children, many factors are outside our control. Even so, there are several things we, as parents, can do that will go a long way toward reaching this goal. Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas) and author of Running with the Horses, offers some insights here. —Dan

48.5 The Road To Damascus Versus the Agora

Our highest calling as parents is to raise spiritually mature children who can help re-form our continually decaying culture. Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas), shares some great insights on what that process looks like.

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Apr 30, 2017 - May 3, 2017

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An annual conference for teachers, boarding parents, administrators, and their families headed to international Christian schools

Online Community Discussions 
Gender Dysphoria
I am working on my Health Insurance Renewal and the carrier has added language that we must provide benefits for the treatment of Gender Dysphoria. They are telling us that we must cover the cost to change a male to female or female to male. Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act "Nondiscrimination in Health Program and Activities" is forcing all insurers to cover the cost of the surguries...
GPA Unit to a Credit  
We have a few classes that only meet three times a week or two times a week. This would be .25 instead of .5 per semester credit. The lady who handled setting up the classes would give the classes that are .25 a .5 instead of a 1 for the weight of the class. I would appreciate any help. I don't think this sounds correct...  
Continuous Enrollment 
I am interested to find out how different schools assess Bible at the middle school and high school level. Which standardized test do you use for MS and HS Bible assessment? Are there ACSI standards in determining which grades need to assess Bible?