Part one of a two-part series: Four Illinois educators weigh in on a new program that seeks to shape character from the inside out.
Entrepreneurs love to live in the clouds. Appropriate, given the name of our organization, Open Sky Education. Dreaming is important. Dreaming leads to the discovery of problems, and problems lead to ideas and innovation. However, I argue that the entrepreneur is much more than a dreamer, but one who lives in tireless pursuit of that dream.
Senior Community Relations Director Amber Kraus traveled to Kawete, Uganda to visit a partner school of the Character Formation Project.
Open Sky Education announces the addition of a president of schools to its leadership team. The president of schools will provide leadership for the overall quality of the educational experience for students, teachers, supporters and parent partners in each Open Sky Education school across the country.
What are the key obstacles that prevent more high schools of choice from opening? Once opened, how are their challenges different from those faced by elementary and middle schools?
A historic school in the Gravois Park neighborhood is once again serving students thanks to the efforts of the EAGLE College Preparatory Schools charter school network.
WAUKESHA, Wis. --- The Character Formation Project introduces a new subscription-based curriculum for homeschooling families that supports intentional character growth.
MILWAUKEE, WIS. --- The 35 seniors at HOPE Christian High School have achieved a sixth straight year of 100 percent college acceptance.
EAGLE Gravois Park is part of the energy in this neighborhood. Read about our new school opening and the historic building renovation.
Christian urban education is a unique calling. Trinity Broadcast Network interviewed HOPE Executive Director Zach Verriden, and he shares the importance of having mission-minded teachers in every single classroom.