The benefits of diversity are endless. Secular studies show diversity helps learning and problem-solving in the classroom and workplace. Colleges are more and more vocal about their desire to enroll students who are culturally intelligent. Our country is becoming more diverse—to the point that schools need to better understand diversity as part of their overall marketing, admissions, and business plans. But most importantly, diversity helps schools learn more about our amazing God, as we teach our students to affect the world for Him. God made diversity, and He made it for our good.
Culture and Community
What knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values will today’s students need to thrive and shape their world? How can instructional systems develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values effectively? These two questions are the focus of “The Future of Education and Skills: Education 2030,” a position paper by the international Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
We at ACSI are spotlighting how schools are responding in similar and different ways to the unfortunate phenomenon of school mass shootings in our country’s primary, secondary, and higher education settings. I believe Christian schools have a unique perspective to offer both as private schools and as a faith community.
When you are asked the question, “Why Christian school?”, what is your reply? Do you perhaps point to the biblical imperative that parents should teach...
I am humbly asking every Christian educator around the world to join together in a Day of Prayer on Maundy Thursday, March 29. I believe that the Holy Week of Easter is a time when all Christian believers are drawn to repentance...
Since the beginning of The Colossian Forum (TCF), we’ve used the conflict between faith and science as an opportunity for virtue formation in the midst of often-heated debate