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Pluralism & the Common Good

Pluralism & the Common Good

The plural pronoun ‘us’ is used to refer to groups of like-minded individuals. It denotes a strong commonality among the group. Most groups, cultures, organizations and...

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Known & Yet Loved

Known & Yet Loved

Christian school boards and leaders rightly focus a good deal of time and energy on strategic planning, policy development, and procedural competence. Without careful...

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Unity & Diversity

Unity & Diversity

The gospel story is a grand appeal for unity.  The story begins with creation coming into being via a triune God, three in one, who calls creation into being through a...

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Strategic Sustainability

Strategic Sustainability

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ A Changing Landscape A decade ago, many British Columbia schools were plagued with declining enrollment, challenging budgets and...

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Leaders as Conveyors of Hope

Leaders as Conveyors of Hope

by Rod Wilson, guest author ◊ Definition. Hope is a word that has multiple definitions and is used in various ways by different people. Hope is a tentative conclusion –...

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February 2018 Resources

February 2018 Resources

Mission Directed Governing Your Christian School with Purpose by Leonard Stob The mission-directed governance model helps leaders of Christians schools effectively...

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Faithfully Relevant

Faithfully Relevant

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ If you were to measure the success of your Christian school, what benchmark would you use? You could choose enrolment trends,...

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Truth and Grace

Truth and Grace

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it. ~ Blaise...

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Strategic Partnerships

Strategic Partnerships

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ Schools can exist in a state of relative isolation. Although many Christian schools tout a strong connection to church and home,...

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