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Do's and Dont's to assist parent's who desire to raise a reader.
Author: Barbara Brown-Fleming
The Leader's Palette: Seven Primary Colors; Problems of Christian Leadership; "The Pleasures of 'Teaching to the Test' "; "Words That Encourage:The Language Evaluators Use Has the Power to Build or Destroy Teacher Morale"; and more.
Lack of cognitive stimulation creates a faulty foundation for learning.
Ideas parents can use during holiday breaks or free time with their children.
Author: Mrs. Barbara Brown-Fleming
Ignite—The word ignite speaks to what I see occurring every time I visit one of out twenty global offices. A fire for transformative Christ-centered education is being kindled in many nations, igniting a demand for ACSI's resources and support that has doubled our reach in the last decade.
It's the marketing question every school leader has to ask: How do you attract students by sending the right message about your school to the right audience? To answer that question ACSI commissioned faith-based research firm Barna Group to conduct a comprehensive study this past school year, and th
As Christian educators serving in Christian schools, one key characteristic that differentiates us from our public-school peers is that we have the opportunity—and the calling—to present a biblical worldview when we teach. Doing that effectively during every lesson can prove challenging, so ACSI has
Carving out time to connect face-to-face with colleagues can be challenging—especially during the school year. But doing so at an ACSI district meeting is well worthwhile because of the encouragement, practical takeaways, and timely information you'll receive related to Christian schooling. Attend a
"One of the greatest temptations for us parents may be to overprotect our children. But as Dr. Barrett Mosbacker writes here, we harm them by doing so. I hope you’ll enjoy this second installment of Dr. Mosbacker’s series on dangers to our children." —Dan Egeler
Author: Dr. Barrett Mosbacker, Dr. Dan Egeler
Is it really worthwhile to spend your hard-earned money on a Christian education? At ACSI, we firmly believe it is. I’ve invited Karen Winter, superintendent of Turlock Christian Schools (Turlock, California), to share some of the reasons why Christian schooling is worth what it costs. —Dan Egeler
Author: Karen Winter, Dan Egeler