Special Focus


Canadians have deep and genuine concerns about the expansion of medical assistance in dying (MAiD). As federal politicians consider Bill C-7, which would expand access… Read More


Announcing Season 3 of The Long Way!… Read More

Religion and GDP

It may be time to take a second look at the public relevance of religion for the most unexpected reason: economics. What if we told… Read More

Introducing NextGen Fellowship

NextGen - A Program for Faith and Public Leadership

A new year-long leadership development opportunity for young leaders (aged 25-34).

Deadline extended!

  • Application Deadline: June 1st

Learn more at nextgenfellowship.ca ›

Our Research

Pandemic Pivot - Christian Independent Schooling During the Initial 2020 Lockdown
REPORT June 11th

The social, emotional, academic, and economic implications of the global COVID-19 pandemic will be studied for years to come. This paper reports how these schools pivoted from offering face-to-face education to remote learning from March to June 2020. 

Redeeming the Buzzword: A Distinctively Christian Approach to “Innovation” in Education
REPORT May 31st

Dr. Beth Green delivered the following remarks on October 6, 2017 at the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning’s conference “Christian Teaching and Learning: Pathways and Possibilities,” at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The text has been lightly adapted to appear in print.