Education Excellence

We humbly suggest:

  • Christian schools should be actively working toward learning about and implementing best practices to advance their excellence.

Supporting Research

Redeeming the Buzzword: A Distinctively Christian Approach to “Innovation” in Education
May 31, 2021
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.
Pursuing Excellence in Christian Education: Experiential Learning
Adrienne Castellon, Allyson Jule
April 8, 2020
A Case Study of Pacific Academy
Pursuing Excellence in Christian Education: Parent Involvement
Adrienne Castellon, Allyson Jule
April 8, 2020
A Case Study of Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School

Explorations

Character in Crisis: The Challenges of Moral Formation in Higher Education
Comment
Michael Lamb, David Henreckson
May 27, 2021
A conversation between two practitioners.
The Lost Common Good of Education
Convivium
Joe Woodard
August 28, 2020
As parents send their kids back to school plagued by the new peril of COVID-19, Joe Woodard argues the real classroom risk remains an outmoded pedagogical revolution that turned education against its true nature.
Minding the School-Home Gap
Convivium
Rebecca Darwent
May 8, 2019
Convivium’s Rebecca Darwent reports on a recent Cardus forum exploring the differing formative impacts of school and family on children.

Media Coverage

Hamilton high school teacher lauded for STEM work
Hamilton Spectator
April 19, 2019
Hamilton District Christian High School teacher Harry Blyleven received the John Rozema Teaching Excellence Award in the STEM category from the local faith-based think-tank Cardus. 
One thousand educators to discuss struggles, trends facing private Christian schools
The Christian Post
January 30, 2019
Over 1,000 teachers and leaders from private Christian schools worldwide are gathering in Texas this week to collaborate and identify innovative ways to address the challenges and opportunities facing their institutions in an increasingly secular world.
Education as Atmosphere
Digical Education
July 1, 2018
Cardus Senior Fellow Deani Pelt discusses the ideas and work of Charlotte Mason regarding education.

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