Just like any good doctor, Christian educators need to continually sharpen their skills. For that reason, ACSI strives to be an excellent resource for professional development and provide a networking community. You're invited to attend one of our nationwide training events and, if you teach at an ACSI member school, start connecting with your colleagues around the world via ACSI ConNEXUS!
Professional development, encouragement, and networking for the international Christian school leader.
An annual U.S. event that connects international school representatives and sending agencies with potential hires.
You are invited to attend a forum at one of more than 20 sites across the United States this fall. These forums will provide high quality professional development and feature active and community learning. With interactive, research-based workshops, poster sessions, and scheduling that allows you significant time to interact with other educators, we believe that teachers of every grade level will find significant opportunity for professional growth.
John Stonestreet knows how to engage today's students. A speaker, author, and radio host, John will share insights on education and contemporary culture that will challenge you to rethink your teaching.
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I am looking for a better resource for Bibles to use with our international students. I like them to have a parallel translation or "bilingual" Bible so that they can study the Scriptures in English and in their native language. .
Our school board is discussing/exploring the possibility of having armed school sentries-school personnel who are armed, but not openly, and without the identity of the armed personnel openly known. There are some people who are very much in favor of this and others very much opposed.
I am looking for a standardized high school math placement exam that I can give to our International applicants in their home country before they arrive in the US. We are trying to determine their math placement before they arrive at our school.