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December 2011

Guest Editorial

Welcome to this special issue of the Christian Educators Journal. Much of the content of this issue is drawn from the recently [...]

Even Greater Opportunity

You have already read of the importance of the Cardus Education Survey for Christian school administrators, staff, and supporters. Elsewhere in this journal [...]

Faith Lived Out: The Value of a Christian Education

The Cardus research study examined the role that Christian education at the high school level plays in furthering the spiritual formation of [...]

Race Relations in an Evangelical and a Catholic High School

One of the most frequent charges brought against faith-based schools is that they are divisive to society and foster intolerance. Such claims [...]

“Faithful Presence”: Dissonances and Distinctives in the Work of the School Head

“The work I do from day to day, week to week, and month to month . . . and I have to [...]

Curriculum and Cultural Engagement: Do Christian High Schools Enhance Students’ Cultural Engagement?

In 2010, Dr. Harro Van Brummelen and I conducted a research study to discover the ways in which Christian high schools involve [...]

Taming the Butternut Squash

Why does the lofty sunflower grow so large that the stem can no longer hold the exquisite flower? Why does the intricate [...]

The Goals of Christian Schools

July 29, 2011 Al Boerema introduces the topic for discussion: Hello team, One of the goal of schools is the development of [...]

Success Wars, or The Shop Teacher Strikes Back

Slouching toward Bedlam is the continuing story of a Christian school just like yours, only more so. We invite you to join [...]