Africa Roundtable 2018 Feedback
What partnership practices facilitate sustained development of African national associations of Christian schools?
Welcome to ACSI Africa
We identify, empower and equip national leaders for effective national associations of Christian schools.
National Association Offices
ACSI supports the development of national associations that are led and staffed by nationals, culturally relevant and self-sustainable.
An ACSI national association office (AKA country office) advances Christian education generally and Christian schooling in particular within a specific country. Its roles include provision of services to member schools and others either directly or through service providers, the promotion and development of Christian schooling, government advocacy and liaison, professional development of Christian school staff and promoting ACSI membership.
A national association provides leadership for the Christian school sector in a particular country.
Some of the services a national association of Christian schools provides:
Professional development workshops
Advocacy (school registration with the state, etc.)
Student activities (academic, art, music, camps, sport, etc.)
Book sales for school leaders, teachers and students
Strategic connections with higher education teacher training faculties
Paths to School Improvement (PSI) linked to a specialized Professional Development Program (PDP)
Professional communications such as newsletters and networking (churches, other national ACSI offices, etc.)
School visits where association leaders listen/support, identify needs, connect school needs to association services
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ACSI encourages collaborative approaches to educational development. We uphold values related to restorative practices and healthy cross-cultural partnerships between the majority and minority worlds
ACSI serves individuals as well as church and school communities through facilitating healthy partnerships focused on social, spiritual and financial investment opportunities that are mutually beneficial.