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    Eight Pet Peeves of Adventist College and University Board Members Tertiary-Lifelong
    Richard Osborn addresses the challenges of serving on college and university boards by identifying 8 complaints/concerns board members often share. He offers solutions for each one, and suggests that implementing the solutions will enable boards, collectively...

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    Endowments - One Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Davidson weighs the pros and cons of building endowments, reflecting on biblical principles and the philosophy of Adventist education.

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    Establishing and Improving Fundraising at Your School Preschool-Tertiary
    Interested in creating or expanding your current fundraising efforts? Worried about hidden pitfalls or missteps? This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation combines best practice theory and concrete suggestions that allow educational fundraising programs to grow successfully.

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    Perceptions and Possibilities of Fundraising - What Works, What Doesn't, and What's Next?! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2018 NAD convention breakout sessions focused on "what it takes to add successful fundraising to an organizational function, who should be involved, how to develop a program, what pitfalls might there be, and how to improve an existing program."...

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    Temple Plan - Sample Conference Application Grade 1-Grade 12
    This Texas Conference sample form may help Adventist K-12 School Boards considering financing their school by means of the Temple Plan, where church members and students' parents all contribute as they are able, with no fees charged students.

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    Your Fundraising Toolbox - What are the tools and how do I use them? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention session explains all the fundraising tools available to Adventist schools in North America, how to determine which ones are right for your school, and how to become proficient in the tools of your choice.