The new workers are the gold collar workers, and they hold the key to the future…Perhaps the most significant difference (between them and white collar and blue collar workers) pertains to the nature of their work and freedom and flexibility.
Culture is hard to define and even harder to quantify. It is rarely ‘written down’. And yet the culture of a place is undeniably visible and quickly experienced. In short, culture is ‘the way we do things around here’.
The article below prepared by Women's Forum Australia, provides an update to many of those concerns. It is republished here with permission to assist schools and school boards in understanding some of these issues.
At this moment in time, our schools are experiencing critical staff shortages, a high level of fatigue and the reality of the ‘Great Resignation’. What would school leadership look like if professional conversations were built into our culture?
Want to develop a culture of prayer in your school? Here are 5 Top Tips from Executive Officer for International Partnerships & Services, Sandra Scott.
Often, the power of service-learning is unrealised in Christian schools. Instead, it’s more likely that Christian schools have been doing some service activities, instead of genuine service-learning
Follow the journey of CSA's Curriculum Resource, God's Big Story, as it set out to re-envisage how curriculum can be written in our schools through a Biblical lens.
One of the commandments is to “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy”. But how do school leaders and teachers encourage their school communities to keep the Sabbath? How are Sabbath practices related to the wellness of our communities?