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One School’s Story

One School’s Story

from Chaos to Calm by Jenny Williams, SCSBC Director of Educational Support Services ◊ The story of this transformed school seemed almost too good to be true. I sat in...

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Group Norms

Group Norms

a Scene, a Sermon and a Seminar by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ In addition to a novel or two, my summer reading list included Bruce Cockburn’s memoir, Rumours...

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Why, How … then What

Why, How … then What

by Darren Spyksma, SCSBC Director of Learning ◊ Over the next two years, all SCSBC schools will need to begin to adjust their programming to meet the new BC Edplan.¹ In...

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September 2015 Books to Read

September 2015 Books to Read

All In: How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton As an educator, few things will have a bigger impact...

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Tuition Fees: What Is Fair?

Tuition Fees: What Is Fair?

by Tim Williams, SCSBC Director of Finance ◊ Schools charge parents tuition fees to cover the expenses not already paid for by the provincial government of running the...

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September 2015 News and Events

September 2015 News and Events

Christianity in the Crosshairs The May 2014 edition of the Education Law Reporter begins with an editorial that states, “The role of religion in Canadian schools...

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