A school’s culture accounts for much of the shaping power of education. Anthony Hurst discusses the board’s attitude and responsibilities for the school’s culture.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Anthony Hurst
SERIES: CASBI 2018All items in the series:
- Your Teacher's Influence
- Does Your School Endorse Learning By Heart?
- Why Teach Art?
- The School's Role As an Arm of the Church
- Evaluating Seven Elements of Your Home's Influence
- Cultivating a Healthy School Culture
- Schools, Money, Taxes, and the Law
- Interviewing Prospective Teachers
- Equipping and Supporting Your Teachers
- Practical Ways to Become a Team Player
- Establishing School Absence Policies
- Providing Administrative Support for Faculty
- The Time Crunch: Homework, Family Time, School Time
- Schools, Money, Taxes, and the Law (Discussion)
- Ministers Supporting the Board in Difficult Situations
- Where to Find Teachers
- Addressing Technology Issues
- Keeping Confidentiality
- Create a Culture of Service Rather Than Happiness
- The Teacher Is the School
- Technology and Our Children: Addressing a Crisis
- What Is Our Big Why? The Mission for School
- Allow Your Children to Fail
- Clear Your Desk, Open Your Heart