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Mr. Nichols outlines 33 risk factors or danger signs for ACSI schools that have contributed to their closures. This presentation was given at the ACSI Anaheim Convention. This is the Power Point portion of Mr. Nichol's presentation which is based off his thesis paper at California Baptist Universit
Author: Vance E. Nichols
Avoid Walking the Plank, or at Least Reduce the Splash!
An article that disucusses the ways discipline can be a redemtive ministry opportunity instead of invoking zero-tolerance polcies which may drive students away.
Author: Burt Carney
At ACSI, we are committed to all parents, leaders, schools, and teachers around the world
Author: Brian S. Simmons
How TerraNova 3 results can improve student success
Code of Ethics for Members of the Christian School Board
A kingdom-class school transforms the lives of its students and glorifies God through its commitment to excellence. A kingdom-class education includes the quality measures that constitute a world-class program, but deepens them to include a biblical worldview.
Author: Dr. Barrett Mosbacker
The Dream: Discover the venues where progress is being made, where we are falling short and how to make the dream a reality.
The chart on the next page offers a synthesis of preliminary benchmarks in the area of learning/thinking (knowledge), actions/doing (behavior), and valuing/feeling (disposition).
Author: Debby Carter
Special Edition: Better Education for Less Money! On March 30, the House approved, by a vote of 225-195, bill HR 471 to reauthorize the Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) for students in the District of Columbia. I travel to DC often in my role as a board member for the Council for American Priva
Author: Brian S. Simmons