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The Vulnerability Paradox

The Vulnerability Paradox

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ In his landmark book, The Courage to Teach, Parker Palmer states that “good teaching cannot be reduced to technique; good...

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Contributing to the Common Good

Contributing to the Common Good

by Martin Hanscamp, guest author ◊ How do we speak with confidence into the public square? What contribution does Christianity make? Why should secular society listen...

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Smart and Healthy

Smart and Healthy

Why Being Smart Isn’t Enough by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ Christian schools were started out of deep conviction and enduring passion. School founders were...

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The Prime Directive

The Prime Directive

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ I have thoroughly enjoyed traveling the universe. Of course, being a career Christian educator, my opportunities for space travel...

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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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Purposeful Schools

Purposeful Schools

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ Rohintin Mistry’s landmark novel, A Fine Balance, tells the story of four strangers thrust together who struggle to establish...

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Communities  of Grace

Communities of Grace

by Ed Noot, SCSBC Executive Director ◊ A quick survey of SCSBC school mission statements reveals a strong focus on foundational theological concepts such as: students...

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A Time of Transition

A Time of Transition

Passing on the SCSBC Leadership Baton by Henry Contant, SCSBC Executive Director ◊  Every track coach will tell you that the most important part of a relay race is the...

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