Case Study: Operation Backpack
Walk in Pastor Ralph Castillo’s shoes as Christ Tabernacle discovers the “sweet spot” of community engagement for their church. // VIDEOread more
Thrive Collective’s origin story begins with 20/20 Vision for Schools.
By Guest Blogger: Adam McLane I have a fervent belief that if we want to reach a post-Christian society, we have to be Good News before someone will listen to Good News. I asked some teachers, “How could a local church be Good News to your public school?” Here are 10 of their ideas. Create…read more
New York City spends more than $23 Billion annually in education, more than $21,000 for every one student in its public schools. How it spends that money is a function of policy decisions made at the city and school levels. Read how one 20/20 partner affected the ABC’s of policy – Appointments, Budgets, and Curriculum –…read more
From our friends at “I Am My School”: New York City boasts the largest school system in the the country. We spend more $$$ on education per student than any school district in the world. Yet for decades half our classmates haven’t graduated, and as many as 60% are still not proficient in reading or…read more
Ed Note: Paint the Town was an initiative sponsored by the Southern Baptist Association in New York City beginning in 2005. In 2007, they asked Jeremy Del Rio to help them reimagine how an evangelical Christian denomination could come alongside public schools in a faith-neutral way. This report, originally written for denominational leaders, summarizes the…read more