Tagged: education

Church/School Partnerships = Win/Win

A church that wants to impact the community needs look no further than the public school by Nita Thomason “I was driving through West Dallas recently and barely recognized it,” a woman said at...

A Prayer for Teachers

God of Love, thank you for every teacher who notices a child’s special gift. Thank you for teachers who are listeners and gentle guides. Thank you for teachers who expect much and love enough...

More than Paper and Pencils

These national organizations help Christians partner with their public schools through mentoring programs, community revitalization, and more. ✎ America’s Promise helps mobilize Americans to act via their 400+ national partner organizations and local affiliates....

The Power of Fleas

by Kristyn Komarnicki I consider myself an educator at heart, but I have never attended a PTO or school board meeting in my city of Philadelphia, which limps along with more budget and institutional...

Racialized Bodies

by Cláudio Carvalhaes The classroom is a microcosm of theological education. It changes and perpetuates ideas, behaviors and ideologies. But the classroom is a result and consequence of a larger scheme of structural practices...

Race—Not Just a Hot Topic

by Marcia Y. Riggs Why does an African American woman—a Womanist black liberationist religious ethicist—in her right mind teach for 23 years in a historically white seminary in the South?  I have asked myself...