News

Dec
11
2020
Connecting Through Conversation
May we strive to be leaders who others naturally endear themselves to because of the honest, open, and meaningful conversations we refuse to let die.
Dec
11
2020
Trust - Essential for Great Schools
When trust is eroded, we begin to see the way systems, organizations, and nations decay. Many of the challenges we face in education are due in large part to a lack of trust.
Dec
10
2020
Baylor's New MA in School Leadership - Launches June 1, 2021
This dual-track master’s program in school leadership brings together emerging Christian leaders in public and independent schools in a hybrid model that combines the best of face-to-face and virtual learning that will allow you to complete your coursework in one year while working.
Dec
1
2020
Seized by Joy
There is adventure in this story—meeting an evil king who wants to kill Jesus, meeting the savior of the world as a child, and then sneaking home a different way.
Jun
18
2020
K-12 EdD Program Celebrates First Graduates
As the nation and the field of K-12 education face unprecedented challenges, Baylor School of Education was proud to celebrate the first graduates in the SOE’s EdD in K-12 Educational Leadership in May 2020.

“Children and education will be better with the high character and leadership skills possessed by these May 2020 graduates, many of whom have already moved forward in their careers with advancements and greater responsibilities in their current or new school districts. We are very proud of these seven graduates and their accomplishments,” said Dr. John Wilson, Clinical Professor and Program Director.
Jun
17
2020
Good Riddance
When I pastored in Ohio, I was always looking for reasons to visit California, especially in the dead of winter. To be honest, if I was invited to preach in California during December or January, I didn’t even pray about it, I just took it to be God’s will [not really but close!]. I loved the thought of what would be there — sunny skies, warm temperatures, golden beaches, friends, family, Seaport Village in San Diego, Santa Monica Pier, and the In & Out Burger by LAX. But I also loved the thought of what wouldn’t be in California — weather in the 10’s and 20’s, grey skies, long dark frigid nights, ice on windshields, and slush on the roads. I loved the prospect of California, not only for what would be present but also for what would be absent.
May
12
2020
Student Engagement Resources
For our Baylor Virtual Learning Academy, we broke student engagement down into five categories and shared these tools. The first two categories are more teacher driven, the final three are more student driven. Before you go adding more tools and spreading yourself too thin, please remember that there is "NO" in InNOvate."

Here are the suggestions shared for Content Delivery, Student Collaboration, Content Creation and more.
May
6
2020
WACO, Texas (May 6, 2020) – Following a nationwide search, Baylor University Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., announced today that Shanna Hagan-Burke, Ph.D., professor of special education and head of the department of educational psychology at Texas A&M University’s College of Education and Human Development, has been selected as Dean of the Baylor School of Education. Her appointment is effective July 1.
Apr
21
2020
Faculty Guest Blog, by Dr. Jonathan Eckert

I have given away over 700 books to college students in the last 11 years. Usually I hand them out in our last class session. This afternoon, I had to mail the books to my students as I have not seen them in person in a month. In each book, I write an inscription that tells students what I appreciate about them, how I have seen them grow, and what I am praying for them as they move on from our class. This year’s book is Prodigal God by Tim Keller – a reminder of God’s reckless love for us. This semester was more challenging as my students are scattered across the country, but this was more important than ever—certainly for me and maybe for my students.
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