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  • Adventist Resource
    A Million Dollars for Your School - The Basics to School Development Preschool-Grade 12
    Sponsored by Philanthropic Service for Institutions (PSI), this 2018 NAD breakout session was designed to "give practical ways to increase the financial support for the educational mission God has given your school." See the slides for details.

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    Administrative Leadership Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Janine Lim addresses three ways principals and administrators can facilitate the use of technology in the curriculum: training, funding and support, and curriculum integration. Also included in this column is a useful list of web-based resources. The column...

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    An Initial Response to the Gonski Report Review of Funding for Schooling - The Final Report (2011) Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "On Monday, 20th February, 2012, the eagerly awaited Review of funding for schooling—the final report by David Gonski, was released to an assemblage of educational leaders amid tight security in Canberra....The perception of Adventist Schools...

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    Budgets and Boards Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A schools budget plan reflects is commitment to education in monetary terms. The combined efforts of staff, school organizations, constituency members, and the board, in preparing the budget, will help schools become more accountable to those they serve. Topics...

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    Challenges Facing Honors Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    The following challenges facing honors education are discussed in this article: recruitment, retention, scheduling, funding, definition, and philosophy.

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    Engaging Alumni in Relationships that Lead to Giving Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Read the presentation from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session to learn how "everything you do reflects your school's core mission that drives alumni and donor relationships that can lead to vital charitable income for your school."

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    Financing Church Colleges Tertiary-Lifelong
    For SDA colleges to be financially strong, they should decentralize, be unique and have different funding. Raising money and cutting expenditures are the primary ways to fund higher education. Ways to raise money include higher church subsidies, higher tuition,...

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    Funding the Vision - The Relationship between Expenditure and Student Achievement in Seventh-day Adventist K-8 Schools in the United States Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Although school resources are important in ensuring excellence and quality in schools, this study suggests that there is no relationship between per-student spending and achievement in Seventh-day Adventist schools. However, it was also determined from the...

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    Hot Boudin, Cold Cous-Cous Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Assessing the negative aspects of interschool sports. The beginnings of intercollegiate sport and the Adventist experience and Ellen White's counsels are discussed. A literature review suggests five basic areas of concern which yield ample evidence to support...

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    Is Fundraising for You? Advice from Successful Practioners Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Topics covered at this 2018 NAD convention breakout session included "the annual fund, finding and reaching out to donors who include alumni, acquiring major donors, use of events, matching gift programs, and more." See the presentation for details.

  • Christian Resource
    Mission Enablers: Nonprofit Fundraising and Volunteer Management Blog Grade 1-Grade 12
    "Fundraising is the life-blood. Receiving a gift is helpful. The stronger the relationship with the donor the more helpful the gifts are. Strong relationships are what see us through the tough times. Organizations with strong relationships have found weathering the recent economic storm easier. This blog provides ideas for building and sustaining strong relationships."

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    Mission Enablers: Nonprofit Leadership blog Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "[Being mission centric] is how one serves clients and fulfills the mission. It is how one creates a competitive advantage and becomes distinguishable from others. It is what the donors pay for. In short, it is why every nonprofit exists."

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    NAD Principals Assess Enrollment Funding and Governance Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Review findings from an in-depth online survey of Adventist academy principals in North America which dealt with questions pertaining to the areas of enrollment, funding, and governance, and how these areas impact a school’s ability to achieve the objective...

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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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    Southern Union School-based Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines Preschool-Grade 2
    Guidelines for opening and operating school based pre-kindergarten/kindergarten (combination K1 - K2) classrooms within the Southern Union.

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    The Australian Curriculum - A Look Through the Lens of Christian Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "The development of the Australian Curriculum is an ambitious task that involves meeting the needs of a large range of interest groups, each with its underlying philosophy and conceptualisation of what constitutes an effective and viable curriculum. The...

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    The Future of Adventist Higher Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    A board chairman's perspective on the future of Adventist higher education. Issues to be addressed for Adventist education to survive along its chartered lines include: communicating the importance of Christian education, information sharing, enhancing the secondary school relationship, addressing financial dilemmas, cutting operating costs, too many colleges, salaries, and institutional board responsibilities.

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    The Heifer Project Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The official site for The Heifer Project and the The Heifer Foundation. Heifer is dedicated to eradicating hunger and poverty by helping people learn to feed themselves. The goal of every Heifer...

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    US Congress Includes Private School Teachers in Loan Program Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The Council for American Private Education Outlook article (Oct 2007) outlines a loan forgiveness program that benefits school teachers in the USA, now including private schools. The NAD Education site explains this as follows: "Basically it says that...