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Vince Griffis, Director,
Rain Forest International School, Cameroon
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 guarantees that U.S. employers which are established as religious organizations may discriminate on a religious basis when hiring and making personnel decisions.
Several court cases have examined the religious organization and religious criteria requirements. Member schools must be able to show not only their religious nature, but they also must be able to articulate religious criteria for the employment decisions they make.
For over thirty years, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, has honored the right of faith-based organizations to choose the employees who can best further their missions, by explicitly acknowledging in section 702(a) their freedom to use religious criteria when making employment decisions. This religious staffing option is not an exemption from the Civil Rights Act, but a freedom incorporated into it.
High-quality conferences designed specifically for leaders in international Christian schools
An annual conference for teachers, boarding parents, administrators, and their families headed to international Christian schools
This indepth week of training for K–12 educators will provide ISP coordinators, administrators, and teachers insight into the cultural differences, language challenges, program organization, and classroom implications of teaching international students in a K–12 Christian school setting
Parents owning their own businesses (most often tradesman) have expressed interest in exchanging work for tuition at our school. Has anyone had successful experiences with arrangements like this?
Do you have any recommendations for curriuclum for an elementary science lab?...Response: Our school has used various curriculums, but several years ago we adopted ACSI's Purposeful Design Science Series and have been beyond pleased!
I am putting together a handbook for training new board members. I am looking for some tried and true ideas/methods to include in this handbook. Do any of you have some suggestions?