This NAES tool provides a structured process through which a school can reflect on the current state of its religious and spiritual life, pastoral ministry, and religious studies and formation. It is designed to be used as part of or a complement to the school’s regularly scheduled accreditation self-study process.
Approved by the NAES Governing Board in 2005, this document offers best practices for the support and nurture of Episcopal school identity.
NAES' statement about and exploration of these facets of equity and justice offers a theological and ethical foundation for embracing them as central to the mission of Episcopal schools.
Oregon Episcopal School's classic five-part statement on what is means to be an Episcopal school.
The Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, D.D., discusses how today's complex landscape of identity can lead a school to discard a clear articulation of its Episcopal identity and why doing so is a mistake.
The Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, D.D., offers insights and strategies when answering the anxious parent's question: "What does it mean to be an Episcopal school?"
A NAES statement describing qualities that distinguish a school as Episcopal.
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